It is not new for netizens to come across funny expressions of Indian skipper Virat Kohli while on the field. Twitter is afloat with endless memes on Virat. This time again, an image of the skipper has gone viral on Twitter, courtesy BCCI (Board for Control of Cricket in India).
BCCI shared a candid image of the Indian captain on the field, captured during the ongoing third test match against South Africa in Jharkhand capital Ranchi, and asked netizens to caption it. Needless to say, it kicked off a meme fest on Twitter in no time and the memes are hilarious! From Gully Boy references to actress Anushka Sharma, Twitter users wasted no time in sparking their creativity, and came up with all sorts of captions.
Here is the image shared by BCCI:
BCCI (@BCCI) October 21, 2019
Have a look at the hilarious memes:
Aditya Saha (@adityakumar480) October 21, 2019
And the Gully Boy fever hasn’t gone yet!
I’ll do it one better pic.twitter.com/iW4762M6WE
A man living on Earth® (@RishabPant777) October 21, 2019
If the captain can do it, so can the vice captain.
Dr Khushboo (@khushikadri) October 21, 2019
Tweeple and their humour!
Pranjul Sharma (@Pranjultweet) October 21, 2019
Every 20-something adult when they see a kid!
After saw this pic.twitter.com/JAL4O59YPj
Sports Freak (@OfficialSfreak) October 21, 2019
TBH, we were all scared after watching Pari.
Savage (@CutestFunniest) October 21, 2019
Kohli’s reaction after Watching Bombay Velvet
Jitesh Rochlani (@jiteshrochlani) October 21, 2019
That seems to be the popular verdict.
Kamli: Tu tiger hai, Ek roar kar.
(@theesmaarkhan) October 21, 2019
Now that’s what we call creativity!
(@PatelSiddhant_) October 21, 2019
We didn’t see this coming.
Chaitanya (@ntSoCool_chatty) October 21, 2019
Who doesn’t miss Shaktimaan?
Currently, Virat Kohli is playing the third and final test against South Africa in a three-match series. India has already bagged the series with the two previous wins in Vizag and Pune respectively. That is why the captain is seen in a jovial mood on the fields.
How would you caption this image?