Nakuul Mehta Takes a Dig at Former Cricketer Sanjay Manjrekar for his Rude Comment Against Ravindra Jadeja - Watch Video
Nakuul Mehta takes a dig at Sanjay Manjrekar (Photo Credits: Instagram)

Expect the most hilarious and sometimes very sensible reactions when it comes to TV hunk, Nakuul Mehta. He's known for speaking his mind and his opinions make sense. Ask us to name one best thing about this actor besides acting of course, and we'd say he knows what he speaks. He reacts but his reactions are seldom in any wrong directions. After trying to put some sense into other celebrities, Nakuul recently reacted to the Sanjay Manjrekar episode where the former cricketer called Ravindra Jadeja a ‘bits and pieces’ player. Sanjay Manjrekar and Michael Vaughan’s Twitter War Over Ravindra Jadeja Gets Uglier; England Player Launches Fresh Attacks on Former Indian Cricketer.

The video shared by Nakuul on his Instagram account shows him accompanied by a friend in a toilet where the duo is analysing the entire situation. The video is clearly his way of taking a dig at Manjrekar for his harsh words and we'd like to say, 'well done'. Besides Nakuul, even Jadeja had expressed his displeasure over Manjrekar's comments against him. "Still, I have played twice the number of matches you have played and I m still playing. Learn to respect ppl who have achieved.i have heard enough of your verbal diarrhoea,” he had tweeted while slamming this ex-player. Chennai Super Kings Takes a Cheeky Dig at Sanjay Manjrekar Over his Comments on Ravindra Jadeja.

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Have you been #MANJREKARED yet? #BitsAndPieces #CricketWorldCup #Jadeja #India #AlAndNox @alekhsangal

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Manjrekar's words have definitely upset many and Twitterati were quick to voice their concern against him. They did criticise him for his choice of words and how impolite he sounded. In the end, we do hope he has learnt his lessons and he'll be cautious of his statements henceforth.