This isn’t the first time Indian skipper Virat Kohli has been accused of tweeting about celebrating a cracker-free Diwali festival.
The captain, who is currently preparing for the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup 2021 in the UAE, will visit Twitter to post his video and say, “I will share a series of personal tips in the coming weeks. To celebrate a meaningful Diwali festival with my family. Stay tuned for my Pinterest profile “viratkohli”-follow the bio link.
He talked about COVID-19 and how tough the last few years have been for people. The video also showed a picture of the candy and a clip of him exercising. But the netizens began to troll him, believing he was talking about crackers.
Over the next few weeks, we’ll share a set of personal tips for celebrating a meaningful Diwali festival with loved ones and family.Stay tuned to follow my Pinterest profile “virat kohli” @Pinterest# Diwali2021 #advertisement pic.twitter.com/KKFxyK3UTG
— Virat Kohli (@imVkohli) October 17, 2021
Immediately after the tweet was published, netizens began to grasp the trend of #SunoKohli and blame his comments. The message didn’t reach many people on social media well, as many called him a hypocrite and even stated that Kori’s environmental problems were irrelevant.
While many social media users were in solidarity with Virat Kohli, they tended to be very offensive hashtags.
— Bhushan Chalke (@ bhushanchalke94) October 17, 2021
–Joy! !! (@Dhruvdhavalx) October 17, 2021
#SunoKohli Hindus do not celebrate Diwali without doing the Pooja that must be done. Don’t teach “meaningful Diwali” lessons, as people only burst crackers after the puja has taken place.
Don’t tell us how to celebrate our festival, we know it better …! pic.twitter.com/BtC1VumS0b
— | Shurada (@immortalsoulin) October 18, 2021
You are one of the best batters in the world. We always support Indian games.We will support you even after retirement
But this kind of hypocrisy, especially giving gangs on Diwali crackers, doesn’t work. Environmentalists of the day are called hypocrisy
— Farago Abdullah (@ abdullah_0mar) October 18, 2021
— PrIyAnShU (@it_LEGEND) October 17, 2021
As far as cricket is concerned, India will have a warm-up match with England today (October 18) prior to a major clash with rival Pakistan at the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup 2201 on October 24.
Netizens are creating a new trend after Virat Kohli’s tweet, “Celebrating a meaningful Diwali festival with loved ones.”
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