Shubman Gill as Hrithik Roshan to Ishaan Kishan; Bollywood stars clap and applaud


Shubman Gill as Hrithik Roshan to Ishaan Kishan; Bollywood stars clap and applaud

Batter Ishan Kishan has given a great performance for India the other day. In the ODI match between India and South Africa, Ishan Kishan led the batting forward with one down when the openers went to bat.

There were four fours and seven sixes in the player’s innings. Ishan Kishan was dismissed for 93 runs. Kishan said he was happy with India’s win despite missing out on a deserved century.

All teammates and fans reacted to the batsman’s innings in a similar way. Everyone is of the same opinion, although he did not score a century, the performance of the star was very good.

Batsman Shubman Gill also came out to praise Ishan’s performance. The actor’s appreciation performance was a little different.

Gill praised Ishaan in a manner reminiscent of the scene between the character Veda and Anian in the film Vikram Veda. The actor shared the video through social media. Gill also added a dialogue from Vikram Veda ‘Well Played My Shatak’.

While Hrithik Roshan appeared as Veda, Rohit Saraf played the role of Shatak’s younger brother in the film. Commenting below on Gill’s video, Hrithik Roshan and Rohit came up with smiling and clapping emojis.

Many fans have joined in with comments under the video. Cricket fans and movie buffs are now celebrating the comment box.

Meanwhile, Ishan’s response to the question about the strike rotation in his batting is also being discussed on social media.

After the star’s impressive performance full of power, he was asked about the strike rotation. But Ishan Kishan’s answer was that he likes to play aggressively by hitting sixes and is not interested in rotating strike.

“Hitting sixes is my biggest strength. No one can do it like I do.

The strength of some players is to rotate the strike. But big actresses are mine. If I do it without any problem then why should I transfer the strike?,’ asks Ishan Kishan.

But in some cases it is better to rotate the strike, he said.
‘Sometimes the best option is to rotate the strike. I practice for it. I was just seven runs from the century. But I played according to the situation,’ added Ishan Kishan.

Ishan Kishan is all set to repeat the same performance in the series decider on Tuesday.

Content highlights: Shubman Gill praises Ishan Kishan in Vikram Vedha style; Hrithik Roshan reacts; Video

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