Rashid Khan Trolled For Calling Harsha Bhogle Bro. This Is How Harsha Reacted
Rashid Khan who is Afghanistan based but World’s No.1 spinner is doing wonders on the field these days. During the recent T20I match against Bangladesh, Rashid showed an amazing bowling.
A match that was almost on Bangladesh’s side changed the angle towards Afghanistan at last thanks to the fantastic bowling.
As much as he deserves, Rashid Khan got praised by many cricket lovers worldwide. Even famous cricket commentator Harsha Bhogle couldn’t stop himself. He took to Twitter and posted-
Meanwhile @rashidkhan_19 has defended 9 off the last over to give Afghanistan a clean sweep over Bangladesh. Amazing result for Afghanistan and further proof of Rashid’s phenomenal development
Meanwhile @rashidkhan_19 has defended 9 off the last over to give Afghanistan a clean sweep over Bangladesh. Amazing result for Afghanistan and further proof of Rashid's phenomenal development— Harsha Bhogle (@bhogleharsha) June 7, 2018
A Happy Rashid Khan replied Harsha Bhogle and tweeted-
“Thank you bro”
Thank you bro— Rashid Khan (@rashidkhan_19) June 7, 2018
After he called Harsha Bhogle, “Bro”, Twitterati made fun of him. Have a look at some reactions-
Bro?— Shashwat (@iamshashwat77) June 7, 2018
More like Sir
Bro? So you ain't 20 i guess might be in your late 30s— Abhay 3 (@ImAbhay3) June 7, 2018
Bro ? Man @bhogleharsha is 50+ and you're under 20 . And most important he is legend in commentary . next time please take care of this— Sııdharth Sııŋgh (@devilsidx) June 8, 2018
@bhogleharsha @rashidkhan_19 Indians shouldn't get judgmental too soon. "Bro" is equivalent to "Sir" in Islamic culture. Afghans avoid using "Sir" for historical reasons. Respect and appreciate cultural diversity my Indian friends.— Ahmad Zai (@eza_ahm) June 8, 2018
However, Harsha Bhogle intervened and gave green flag to the use of “Bro” word. He tweeted to Rashid-
Hey @rashidkhan_19, no problem with the “bro” bit. Go for it! Looking forward to catching up in Bengaluru!
Hey @rashidkhan_19, no problem with the "bro" bit. Go for it! Looking forward to catching up in Bengaluru!— Harsha Bhogle (@bhogleharsha) June 9, 2018
But looks like Rashid Khan was not going to take any chance this time, so he tweeted-
🙈🙈Thank you @bhogleharsha SIR
🙈🙈Thank you @bhogleharsha SIR— Rashid Khan (@rashidkhan_19) June 9, 2018
Noticed that Sir in Capital letters?