Alia Bhatt picks her favourite cricketer between Virat Kohli and Rohit Sharma; gets trolled by netizens

Alia Bhatt tried to give a diplomatic answer.

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Alia Bhatt is one of the promising and talented actresses in the Bollywood film industry. She is also one of the highest-paid actresses in Hindi cinema. Fans across the world are eagerly waiting to watch the upcoming highly-anticipated movie “RRR”.

Alia Bhatt portrayed the role of “Sita” in that particular film. Meanwhile, Alia Bhatt was on the receiving end of trolls after she picked her favourite cricketer. Although she is entitled to her own opinion, the way she answered it in a diplomatic manner drew our attention.

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While some praised the actress for her honest answer, others didn’t spare the actress as they took to their respective social media handles to roast the actress left, right and centre. Every now and then, Alia Bhatt’s responses or answers became viral on the internet.

Alia Bhatt names her favourite cricketer

The actress’ reply has paved the way for the users to create countless memes. Recently, she was asked to pick her favourite cricketer in the world. Almost everyone expected her to pick either Virat Kohli or Rohit Sharma since they are the two best players in the world.

When asked to pick her favourite cricketer between the two, Bollywood actress Alia said in an interview, “Rohit Sharma is my present favourite, Virat Kohli is my all-time favourite.” Her reply went viral and the majority of the users were irked by Alia Bhatt’s response.

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Virat Kohli was rested for the third and final T20I against West Indies. The former Indian captain was also not part of the three-match T20I series against Sri Lanka. On the other hand, Rohit Sharma etched his name into the record books for his full-time captaincy.

He has not lost a single game ever since taking charge as captain. The Men in Blue won 12 games in a row, which is quite a remarkable record. Moreover, under Rohit’s captaincy, India have won a record 16 out of 17 games at home.

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