Virat Kohli’s ‘Wrogn’ Tweet Gets Badly Roasted By Twitterati For This Reason

12:26 pm 18 Aug, 2018


Virat Kohli just made a heartfelt promise to the Indian fans that his team “will not repeat mistakes” after their debacle in the second innings against England at Lord’s. Ahead of the third match, the Indian captain hopes to recover from his injuries (both personal and his team’s) to overcome Lord’s hammering. Virat Kohli‘s new tweet on training with fellow team members is a sigh of relief that he will be fit to play after lower back and shoulder issues.

His wife Anushka Sharma, also receives flak from social media users for posing as a distraction for Virat during matches. The ‘Sui Dhaaga‘ actress was trolled when she posed in the Indian cricket team group picture.



Virushka fans were left heartbroken when The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) decided to ban WAGs in the upcoming England tour in August.



Team India’s crumbling track record was dismissed after Virat Kohli’s new tweet on Independence Day. He shared his ‘Swatantrata Diwas’ look and nominated fellow cricketers.



However, Virat Kohli‘s new tweet hasn’t gone down very well on social media. The flamboyant captain is followed by 26.1M followers on Twitter and 23.5M on Instagram.



While the entire nation mourns the demise of 93-year-old former Indian Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee on August 16, Virat Kohli seemed totally oblivious. Shah Rukh Khan posted this heartfelt message which touched a million hearts:



Among other celebs, this was megastar Amitabh Bachchan’s tribute to India’s most successful prime minister:



Even as tributes kept pouring in, Lata Mangeshkar, the nightingale of India, wrote:



Actor Sanjay Dutt, whose biopic ‘Sanju‘ is one of the biggest blockbusters of 2018, tweeted:



However, as expected from India’s leading youth icon, Virat Kohli, he totally missed the point and was busy posing promotional messaged instead.



Virat Kohli‘s new tweet on the same day as Atal ji’s demise was about his brand ‘WROGN’, which is associated with him since 2014.



But tweeple were irked when he failed to post any message for the legend that Atal Bihari Vajpayee was and will forever be.

This was Virat Kohli’s tweet:



He faced severe criticism from his fans, who were quick to notice his promotion gimmick. Here are some of the comments:







A few hours later, Virat Kohli’s new tweet was finally about India’s greatest loss than a brand’s promotion.



Meanwhile, one of late Atal Bihari Vajpayee’s most famous poems ‘Padosi Se is undoubtedly a masterpiece. Here’s a video of him reciting the poem: