IPL 2024 / Rohit Sharma got the audio of the room turned off, folded his hands in front of the cameraman

Vikrant Shekhawat : May 18, 2024, 04:30 PM
IPL 2024: IPL 2024 Rohit Sharma played his last match against Lucknow Super Giants. In this match, Lucknow Super Giants defeated Mumbai Indians by 18 runs. Even though MI team may have lost in this match, but Mumbai Indians captain Rohit Sharma played a brilliant inning of 38 runs in this match and once again the Hitman is back in great form just before the World Cup. Meanwhile, a video of Rohit Sharma is going viral on social media. In which he is folding his hands in front of the cameraman and asking him to turn off the audio. After this video surfaced, he has said one more thing.

Why did Rohit Sharma do this

In this video that has gone viral on social media, Mumbai Indians batsman Rohit Sharma can be seen making a laughing request to a cameraman asking him to turn off the audio while recording him. The incident happened when Rohit was talking to his old teammate Dhawal Kulkarni at the Wankhede Stadium ahead of his team's match against Lucknow Super Giants on Friday.

In the clip, Rohit can be seen talking to Kulkarni as he makes a laughing appeal to the cameraman who is recording. The hitman asked him not to record his video, and told how he had recently got into trouble due to an audio recording which spread rumors on social media. Rohit was referring to his conversation with Kolkata Knight Riders assistant coach Abhishek Nair. Rohit told the cameraman, 'Brother, please do the audio band.' What did one audio do to me?

The video went viral with Abhishek Nair

Rohit's conversation with Nayyar had earlier gone viral, leading to rumors that the Mumbai Indians batsman may leave the franchise after IPL 2024. KKR had posted a video of the conversation which was later removed by the franchise. Rohit Sharma performed brilliantly this season. Ever since he has been removed from the captaincy. Fans are supporting him a lot. Rohit scored 417 runs in 14 matches for Mumbai Indians this season at an average of 32.08 and a strike rate of 150.