Anshul Saxena Gave A Fitting Reply To Those Who Trolled Ravindra Jadeja For His ‘Rajput Boy’ Video

Indian all-rounder Ravindra Jadeja is known for his flamboyant attitude on and off the field. He has once again become the center of attraction on social media. Recently, the all-rounder took to his social media and shared a video of himself, where he can be seen performing with a real sword amidst the lockdown.

On Sunday, Ravindra Jadeja took to his social media and shared a video of himself where he was seen wielding a sword. Sharing the video, Ravindra Jadeja wrote:


Here, check out the Tweet:

The video soon went viral and was flooded with amazing reactions from all around. However, a few reactions stood out that came from other cricketers. However, the video has now dragged Ravindra Jadeja into an unwanted controversy and a debate.

Well, the video was posted on the eve of Ambedkar Jayanthi, and for the same reason, it has become one of the reasons for the section of netizens criticizing the post. Even the popular news portal ‘The Print’ also shared a piece of an article where they tried to slam the cricketer by writing that he needs to grow up as a cricketer.

Soon the internet was divided into two parts, one that was criticizing Ravindra Jadeja and the other one that was criticizing and slamming the news portal. Amidst many, a popular twitter user named Anshul Saxena also shared his opinion on the matter.

In his tweet, Anshul Saxena slammed all those who trolled Ravindra Jadeja for his ‘Rajput Boy’ video. He explained how the Indian journalism is getting ruined day after day. He wrote:

1. Ravindra Jadeja posted video of sword wielding at home
The Print: He must stop being a ‘Rajput boy’ and grow up to be a cricketer.
2. Athlete Hima Das wore Assamese Gamusa
The Wire: It’s symbol of insecurity.
Such ‘liberal’ journalism is similar to Fatwa or Panchayat”

Here, check out the Tweet of Anshul Saxena:

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