Kedar Jadhav Akin to Salman Khan? Hardik Pandya, Rohit Sharma and Shikhar Dhawan Join Forces to Troll the Middle-Order Batsman
Teammates troll Kedar Jadhav (Photo Credits: @kedarjadhavofficial/Instagram& Getty Images)

India’s middle-order batsman Kedar Jadhav uploaded a photo on Instagram. In his latest post on the photo-sharing website, Jadhav was seen posing with a sports bike. It was all needed for Jadhav’s teammates to troll the middle-order batsman. Indian all-rounder Hardik Pandya, who is currently out of action due to an injury, combined with Indian openers Shikhar Dhawan and Rohit Sharma to troll Jadhav. Ind vs Aus ODI Series: Kedar Jadhav Says He Blindly Follows MS Dhoni, Watch Latest Episode of Chahal TV.

Rohit commented ‘Race 4’ on his photo and was perhaps suggesting that the cricketer can be in the lead role for the movie. Dhawan went ahead and called Jadhav, ‘sallu bhai’ referring to Bollywood actor Salman Khan.

Pandya in the comments section wrote, “bhai bhai apna sab ka bhai Kedar bhai (our won brother Kedar).” Jadhav replied to Pandya’s comment by saying, “missing u brother see u soon.”

Rohit Sharma and Shikhar Dhawan trolling Kedar Jadhav

Here's Hardik Pandya's comment

Jadhav was in good touch on Saturday, March 02, as he scored match-winning knock of 81 runs against Australia in the first One-Day International (ODI) at Hyderabad. Jadhav along with MS Dhoni shared unbeaten 141 runs stand for the fifth wicket to guide India to a six-wicket win. I Can Play Innovative Shots and Hence Took More Risk, Says Kedar Jadhav.

At one stage, India were 99 for four while chasing 237. Jadhav showed responsibility and played mature innings with Dhoni, who scored 59 off 72 balls. Jadhav’s innings comprised of nine fours and a six.

Apart from his contribution with the bat, Jadhav picked a prized scalp wicket of Peter Handscomb at a crucial stage in the Australian innings. Jadhav is fast turning into a reliable number six batsman as India look to fine-tune their squad for the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019, which starts in May in England.