Ravichandran Ashwin brutally roasts Laxman Sivaramakrishnan in a hilarious manner

Renowned Indian spinner Ravichandran Ashwin, celebrated not only for his exceptional bowling skills but also for his sharp sense of humor, recently showcased his wit on social media. In a delightful addition to his repertoire of online antics, Ashwin delivered a humorous response to a parody account of Home Minister Amit Shah, playfully poking fun at former Indian off-spinner Laxman Sivaramakrishnan with a ‘call me please’ meme.

Acquisitions by Laxman Sivaramakrishnan

The ‘social-media-war’ ensued after Sivaramakrishnan took a jab at Ashwin following the latter’s milestone 100th Test appearance for India in the recently concluded Test series against England.

Responding to a tribute tweet honouring Ashwin’s illustrious career, Sivaramakrishnan recounted an unsuccessful attempt to congratulate Ashwin, alleging that the player abruptly ended his call and ignored subsequent messages, lamenting the lack of respect accorded to former cricketers. Previously also, Sivaramakrishnan had embarked on a public critique against Ashwin during the ODI World Cup 2023, asserting that Ashwin possessed technical flaws in his bowling action.

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Playful exchange with parody accounts

Now in a delightful twist, Ashwin, known for his playful interactions, engaged in a humorous exchange on X with a fake Janhvi Kapoor account, arranging tickets for the Chennai Super Kings (CSK)Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) Indian Premier League (IPL) 2024 game.

Following that, a parody account purportedly belonging to Amit Shah also joined the conversation, indicating a desire to obtain tickets. Capitalizing on the moment, Ashwin amusingly asked whether Shah intended to attend an upcoming rally. In return, the parody account cordially invited Ashwin to a meeting. Without missing a beat, Ashwin replied with a meme featuring Sivaramakrishnan alongside the caption “Call me please,” humorously alluding to Sivaramakrishnan’s earlier claim about not picking a call.

IPL 2024 with Rajasthan Royals

As Ashwin gears up for the upcoming season of the IPL with the Rajasthan Royals (RR), he will be ready to entertain fans both on and off the field. Since his IPL debut in 2009, Ashwin has amassed an impressive tally of 171 wickets in 197 T20 matches, establishing himself as a key figure in Rajasthan’ bowling lineup. The franchise is set to kick off their IPL 2024 campaign against Lucknow Super Giants (LSG) in Jaipur on March 24.

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