Virat Kohli And Amitabh Bachchan Had A Great Little Conversation On Twitter

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The first T20I match against West Indies turned out to be an absolute thriller. The fans got to witness the return of classic ‘vintage’ Virat Kohli as he smashed the bowlers of West Indies to all the corners of the Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium, Hyderabad. That damn aggression was back as he set the ground on fire last night with his impeccable batting.

Last night, he Indian skipper, once again, made everyone sit on the edge of their seats with his impeccable batting skills as he went on to score 94* to chase down mammoth 208 with more than an over to spare. Virat Kohli gave a blockbuster performance and helped his team to gun down their highest-ever T20I chase.

As soon as the Indian cricket team won the first match, social media was flooded with tweets and messages for the men in blue, congratulating them for their victory in the first match. From fans to cricketing legends around the world, everyone came together to praise the performance of the run-machine – Virat Kohli.

However, the best message came from ‘Mahanayak’ – Amitabh Bachchan, who took to his twitter and wrote a hilarious and hands-down the best tweet for Virat Kohli’s performance last night. In his tweet, Amitabh Bachchan recreated a dialogue of his movie Amar Akbar Anthony and trolled West Indies cricketers for messing with Virat Kohli. Praising the brilliance of Virat Kohli, Amitabh Bachchan wrote:

“T 3570 –
यार कितनी बार बोला मई तेरे को .. की Virat को मत छेड़ , मत छेड़ , मत छेड़ …
पन सुनताइच किधर है तुम …
अभी पर्ची लिख के दे दिया ना हाथ में !!!!
देख देख .. WI का चेहरा देख ; कितना मारा उसको , कितना मारा !!
( with due respects to Anthony bhai , of AAA )”

Here, check out his tweet:

Today, Virat Kohli noticed his tweet and came up with an amazing reply for the superstar. In his reply, he praised Amitabh Bachchan’s tweet and called him an inspiration. He wrote:

Haha love the dialogue Sir. You’re always an inspiration. ??”

Here, have a look at the reply of Virat Kohli: