Virender Sehwag posts a picture on social media, fans give hilarious replies

Former Cricketer Virender Sehwag questions his fans on social media, and their hilarious answers and memes will simply leave you in splits. Check out the meme fest below:

Social Media isn't simply constrained to sharing data and news and associating with the world. It has grown up to be considerably more. From time to time people begins a trend which becomes a web sensation and individuals attempt to be a part of the pattern.

This time its previous Indian cricketer Virender Sehwag's throwback picture that is giving us a decent chuckle. Despite the fact that Sehwag is pulling a sad face in the image he has posted, netizens thought that it was interesting enough to flood it with hilarious comments.

Recently the Former Indian cricket player Virendra Sehwag posted an image of himself on Instagram with other colleagues. He is obviously observed baffled in the photograph, with his hand over his face in disgust. Sehwag inscribed the image, "When did you last react like this #cantseethis."

Sehwag's fans concocted comical replies. Turbunator Harbhajan Singh was likewise among the individuals who answered to Sehwag's Instagram post. See here:

Self-deploying humour is only the best, would it say it isn't? We absolutely loved this Mr. Sehwag! Much obliged to you for filling our hearts with joy and making our day!. We love u Viru Paaji!!

So folks, what are your views on the above hilarious fans fest? Do not forget to tell us in the comments section just below.

by Lokendra Sharma | Tue, Sep 03 - 11:36 AM

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