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'Teri Wajah Se Na', Rinku Singh breaks Virat Kohli's gifted bat, asks for new one; here's what RCB star replied
4/21/2024 10:20:13 PM
NEW DELHI, Apr 21: It all started when Rinku Singh approached Kohli during the pre-match practice session and revealed that he had unfortunately broken the bat the RCB star had generously handed over to him after their previous encounter. "Spinner pe toot gaya bat (The bat broke against a spinner)," Rinku sheepishly admitted. Kohli, known for his competitive spirit on the field, played along with a tinge of mock anger. "Mera bat? Spinner pe tod diya tune? (My bat? You broke it against a spinner?)" he questioned, as if astonished by Rinku's revelation.
As the conversation progressed, Kohli seemed to enjoy the back-and-forth, poking fun at Rinku for his apparent carelessness. "To mai kya karu bhai? (What should I do then?)" he asked, feigning exasperation.
Rinku, perhaps sensing an opportunity, tentatively inquired, "Toh bhej rahe ho aap? (Are you sending one?)", hinting at the possibility of receiving another bat from the batting great. Kohli, however, was having none of it. "Kisko bhej rahe ho? (Sending to whom?)" he retorted, clearly unwilling to part with another prized willow so soon.
As the exchange reached its crescendo, Kohli playfully chided Rinku, "Ek match pehle le gaya tu bat. Do match mei tujhe do bat du? Teri wajah se jo meri baad mei halat hoti hai na... (You took a bat from me previously. Now you want a second bat in the second game? Because of you, I face consequences later)." Rinku, recognizing the jest, played along, swearing on Kohli that he would never break another bat again.
Beneath the surface, however, lay a narrative that resonates with cricket fans worldwide. Kohli's willingness to gift his bat to a young, up-and-coming talent like Rinku Singh speaks volumes about his character and his desire to inspire and nurture the next generation of cricketers. Similarly, Rinku's admiration for Kohli and his eagerness to own a piece of memorabilia from the batting legend is a testament to the awe and respect that Kohli commands within the cricketing fraternity. As the two teams took the field, the banter faded into the background, replaced by the intense rivalry and the pursuit of victory. But for a brief moment, the exchange between Kohli and Rinku served as a reminder that cricket, at its core, is a game that transcends boundaries, forges friendships, and allows for moments of levity amidst the heat of competition.
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