Virender Sehwag wishes Sonu Nigam with another unique tweet
The former Indian cricketer Virender Sehwag is among the most popular Twitter users with 6.31 million followers. He is also among the most active celebrity Twitter handles in India. Sehwag wished the famous Indian singer Sonu Nigam on his birthday with the cricketer sharing a memory where he was singing one of Nigam’s songs.
The aggressive Indian batsman said he enjoyed singing one of Nigam’s famous songs, "Ab mujhe Raat Din" while he batted and scored 165 in a match against South Africa at the Eden Gardens in 2010. Today, Sehwag also wished the English cricketer James Anderson “Happy Birthday” with a sarcastic comment saying “Before u most popular Anderson here was Pamela Anderson.”
So one can safely say Sonu Nigam, the Indian playback singer who has won Filmfare awards and IIFA awards for best male playback singer multiple times is certainly in the playlist of the veteran cricketer Virender Sehwag.
Sehwag is popular for his sense of humour and banter on Twitter. Yesterday, he tweeted about the former Indian cricketer Tiger Pataudi on his birthday. He mentioned that Pataudi had zero vision in one eye yet he did incredible things.
The cricketer tweets on almost all issues with a touch of humour. Whether it be Jacob Oram’s birthday or Harbhajan Singh’s being a father. He congratulated Bhajji and the model-actor Geeta Basra for giving birth to a baby girl. Sehwag added that Bhajji was already a father on the cricket field but now he became the father of a baby girl.
Sehwag always had a unique style and has been entertaining all throughout his cricket career and even now. He used to wear the cricket jersey which did not have any number while playing in ODI matches for India. Sehwag has always been refreshing and humorous. As quoted by DNA, when the former Indian opening batsman was asked about the difference between him and Sachin, he said, “Our bank balance.”
As stated in the report, once the Indian team was on a tour to South Africa. There, Virender Sehwag and his opening partner Gautam Gambhir were warned by the team’s security that they should not venture out while it is dark; Sehwag replied "No, there is no danger. We are the most dangerous batsmen in the world."
Even after announcing his retirement he ended up with a funny line. He said "I also want to thank everyone for all the cricketing advice given to me over the years and I apologise for not accepting most of it! I had a reason for not following it; I did it my way!"