These Tweets Show That Ravi Shastri Is The New Face Of ‘Thug Life’

Former India head coach Ravi Shastri has created quite a stir on social media with his latest photoshoot that has got the fans excited. On Friday, Shastri, who is also part of the commentary panel in the ongoing IPL 2022, uploaded three pictures that set the internet on fire.

Known for his style, boldness, and authentic attitude, Ravi Shastri wrote kinky captions to all the posts, in particular, the third one in which the 59-year-old former India all-rounder is seen partying with an old-aged lady.

He captioned the first picture as, “‘Good mornings’ are optional if you haven’t slept at all,” while in the second one, he wrote, “My family lives in Mumbai and I live in the moment.”

And in a typical modern urban way, in the third post, he captioned: “You’re in her DMs. She’s on my VIP guestlist.”

Here, check out Ravi Shastri’s posts:

Not only this, Shastri, acknowledging his reputation as an excessive drinker, also changed his Twitter bio to: “Happy hours always (Clinking Beer Mugs emoji)”

Fans were taken aback a little bit by Shastri’s openness and new avatar on social media. Plenty of different kinds of reactions were elicited on Twitter by these posts and their captions.

Here are some of the reactions:

Some fans admired Shastri’s attitude towards life at the age of 59 as he lives to the fullest.

Ravi Shastri’s tenure as India’s head coach came to an end last year with Team India’s early group stage exit at the T20 World Cup. However, while dreams remained unfulfilled in white-ball cricket, India attained greatness in Test cricket in the Shastri-Kohli era, including twin Test series win in Australia, and a lead in the unfinished series in England.

The Asian giants wiped out the likes of Sri Lanka, and the West Indies both at home and away and also remained unbeaten in Test series at home.

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Jatin Khandelwal

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