Rohit Sharma has been known for hitting the ball out of the park. But this time the Hitman tried his hands at photography and decided to be the camera person for Manish Pandey. The two shared these moments during the team’s photo shoot ahead of the T20I series. The official account of the Indian Cricket Team shared the picture on Facebook where the Hitman is seen clicking a picture of Manish Pandey. Virat Kohli After Losing First T20I Against Australia, ‘Rishabh Pant’s Wicket Was the Turning Point’.
“MUST WATCH - When Hitman became Cameraman...We get behind the scenes as Rohit Sharma goes behind the lens to profile Manish Pandey during a photoshoot http://www.bcci.tv/vide…/…/7104/when-hitman-became-cameraman #TeamIndia 🇮🇳️ #INDvAus,” read the caption of the post. Virender Sehwag’s Witty Take on India Losing the First T20I Against Australia Cannot be Missed.
Sharma also went on to direct the shots and was heard saying, “Pretend as if you're getting ready. It'll be just 10 seconds. You've to do something. I am going to do some direction. Let's see how it goes. A bit of a camera work rather, not direction actually.”
Talking about Manish Pandey, the middle-order batsman was not a part of the squad for the first T20I. Opening batsman Rohit Sharma who was expected to show some fireworks at the Gabba, Brisbane, made way to the pavilion quite early. He got out on the score of seven from eight deliveries, hitting no fours or maximums. However, his counterpart did really well by scoring 76 runs from 42 balls lacing 10 fours and a couple of sixes. But sadly, this did not help the Indian team and hosts walked away with the last laugh as they won the game by four runs.