Watch: “Kya karte ho tum log aise photo lekar” Rohit Sharma angry on Paparazzi while departing for Bangladesh

Rohit Sharma departing for Bangladesh tour

Team India captain Rohit Sharma was spotted at the Mumbai airport on Thursday. Indian team has to play ODI series in Bangladesh from 4th December. For this, Rohit left for Dhaka along with his fellow players. After the ODI, the Indian team also has to play a Test series there. Rohit Sharma interacts with paparazzi at the airport. Its video is going viral on social media.

Rohit Sharma asked a funny question

As soon as Indian Rohit reached the airport, photographers started taking pictures of him. He also wished Rohit all the best for the Bangladesh series. Meanwhile, the Indian captain jokingly asked the question to the paparazzi. Rohit asked – what do you guys do with photos. After asking the question, Rohit started going inside the airport laughing. In response to this question, someone said to Rohit Sharma – Sir, this is our duty. Rohit then laughingly said what is the duty. Saying this he went inside.

Team reached Bangladesh

The Indian team has reached Bangladesh for the three-match ODI series. The players on New Zealand tour have reached Bangladesh directly. Whereas players like Rohit Sharma and Virat Kohli have gone from India. After the T20 World Cup, the Indian team was on a tour of New Zealand. Several big names like Rohit and Virat had decided to rest on the tour. Next year is the ODI World Cup and now the entire focus of the players will be on their preparation.

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Runs not coming off the bat

Rohit Sharma’s bat has been quiet for some time now. Even in the T20 World Cup, Rohit struggled to score runs. In the match against the Netherlands, he made a fifty but missed his catches as well. Now after about 20 days of rest, he will take the field. In such a situation, the fans must be wishing that they get to see Rohit Sharma’s old form once again.

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