Virender Sehwag wishes Mohammed Kaif in his own witty style

Virender Sehwag wishes Mohammed Kaif in his own witty style

Virender Sehwag with Mohammad Kaif (Photo Source: Twitter)
Virender Sehwag with Mohammad Kaif (Photo Source: Twitter)

The “Nawab of Najafgarh” Virender Sehwag has been in the limelight of late for his hilarious tweets especially when it comes to wishing fellow cricketers on their birthdays. With the use of innuendo, he has wished several cricketers in his own witty style. Sehwag has been following this tradition for quite a long time and has made their day special with his trademark style of wishing.

With his unique style, he has developed a reputation of being called the “King of Twitter” and hasn’t forgotten to wish cricketers on important occasions too, the very recent example of it was when he wished Ross Taylor for a speedy recovery in a hilarious way before his eye operation.

It is his former teammate Mohammed Kaif and current colleague in the commentary panel who celebrates his 36th birthday today and Sehwag wasn’t going to miss the opportunity to wish him. He did it his own style reminding people of Kaif’s acrobatic in the field during his playing days.

We all are aware how good a fielder Kaif was and the way he changed the concept of fielding in India. He and Yuvraj Singh was the duo who took Indian fielding to greater heights and inspired a new generation to take up fielding seriously. On his birthday, Sehwag compared Kaif who was a livewire on the field with a bird and asked him whether he is a man or a kite?

The former dashing opener wrote, “Udja Kale Kawan Tere Moowich Khandpaanwa”,@ Mohammad Kaif tuk dis song seriously&kept flying kahin bhi.#HappyBirthdayKaif,R u Man or Kite?

Sehwag referred to a famous Bollywood song from the movie ‘Gaddar’ while wishing his former teammate. Pretty humbled by his gesture, Kaif immediately took to his twitter handle and replied in a humble manner.

Kaif too referred to a Bollywood number ‘De Dana Dan’ which refers to wild slogging, something which Sehwag had mastered during his playing days and continues his prowess even today, in a different demeanor, though.