Did Virat Kohli call his Team India mates ‘Sita-Gita’? Checkout this hilarious response

Did Virat Kohli call his Team India mates ‘Sita-Gita’? Checkout this hilarious response

Virat Kohli doesn't hold himself back from taking humorous digs time to time.

In a lighthearted moment at a recent social event, modern-day Indian great Virat Kohli left everyone chuckling with a funny comparison between two of his Indian teammates.

Drawing from Hindi cinema nostalgia, Kohli humorously referred to the duo of Shubman Gill and Ishan Kishan as ‘Sita-Gita,’ invoking the famous twin characters from Bollywood folklore.

Known for their inseparable bond, Sita and Gita were the epitome of sibling companionship and Kohli has likened the friendship of Gill and Kishan to the famous twin sisters.

During the event, Kohli’s remark brought about a wave of amusement as he jovially remarked, “Sita-Gita. Ishan Kishan and Shubman Gill. I don’t know what’s the matter with them. I can’t say much about it. (laughs).” “Nothing serious about it. They are best friends. Basically they can’t be away from each other. On tours, whenever you call them for a meal, both will come together. I haven’t seen them alone.

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The lighthearted comment highlights the close friendship between Gill and Kishan, who both are often seen together in training. Apart from the stellar talent both youngster possesses, both Gill and Kishan share a special bond. \

Both Kohli and Kisha will be in action tonight in MI vs RCB clash

Virat Kohli and Ishan Kishan are set to take the field today for the Royal Challengers Bengaluru (RCB) as they face their arch-rivals, the Mumbai Indians (MI), in Match 25 of IPL 2024. This high-profile clash at the Wankhede Stadium on April 11 is crucial for both teams, who have had stuttering starts to the season. Both teams have won just one IPL 2024 match so far.

Their has been a stark difference in campaigns between Kohli and Kishan. While Kohli is currently the leading run-getter of the tournament, Kishan has struggled for consistency.

In 5 innings, the former RCB captain has accumulated 316 runs at an astronomical average of 105.33. Kishan, meanwhile, has a superb strike rate of over 170. The southpaw, however, has only made 92 runs in four outings.

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