There is no denying that the Indians worship Cricket! The level of craze for the match and victory is damn high. Yesterday night (March 27, 2016), on one side, when the entire nation used the social media to celebrate the victory of India against Australia, on the other side, serious war happened between England player Andrew Flintoff and Megastar Amitabh Bachchan.
To know, who said what, go through the slides, in which the screenshots of Andrew's posts and Amitabh Bachchan's reply are posted.
It all started when Andrew praised Virat Kohli and wrote, "Class from @imVkohli " A few hours later, Andrew again posted a tweet, in which he compared Kohli to Joe Root and wrote, "At this rate @imVkohli will be as good as @root66 one day ! Not sure who @englandcricket will meet in the final now !"
It seems like Flintoff's tweet didn't go well with Amitabh and he replied to Flintoff's posts as saying "@flintoff11 @imVkohli @root66 @englandcricket Root who ? जड़ से उखाड़ देंगे Root ko ..!!!"
As Amitabh took a dig at Joe Root saying 'Root who?' Flintoff too, retweeted his reply and wrote, "Sorry who's this ?" Obviously, that didn't go well with Big B's followers and they started trolling Flintoff by replying " Rishte Mei Toh Wo Tumhare Baap Lagte Hain, Naam Hai Shahenshaah"
Among all, cricketer Ravindra Jadeja also took a potshot at Andrew and tweeted, "Beta @flintoff11, "Rishtey Me To Wo Tumhare Baap Lagtey Hain, Naam Hai Shahenshaah". ;) @SrBachchan #IndvsAus." Along with this tweet, he also highlighted the number of followers of Amitabh Bachchan (20.1 M) and Andrew Flintoff (1.84M).
To read other tweets and replies, check out the slides posted above!