Indian Skipper Virat Kohli is definitely one of the most influential personalities in the country. Anything he writes, shares on his social media handles are a direct message to his followers. Being of such an incredible stature, we all expect him to be more careful about everything he posts on his personal social media handles.
We all know that the unfortunate epidemic pollution in Delhi is currently the biggest menace country is facing. Starting from the politicians, every authority is keenly looking out the possible ways to curb the issue. Certain campaigns, protests and silent marches are organized in various parts of the National capital. Even celebrities have come forward doing their best by sharing some awareness tweets on social media.
In a bid to do the same, it is Indian captain Virat Kohli’s latest video that drew the fumes from his followers. With a hashtag ‘MujheFarakPadtaHai’ he posted a video in which he is seen addressing his fans vigorously regarding the way they must be aware of the ongoing critical situation. He urged them to take possible measures and fight against the massive smog.
— Virat Kohli (@imVkohli) November 15, 2017
The 29-Year-Old somehow related the pollution with the ongoing Sri Lankan series, everything was going well until he added the possibility of using ‘OLA Share’. In such an important video, Kohli mentioning the name of this popular cab services company has roped in massive criticism, people went thrashing the captain for promoting OLA.
Many questioned his purpose of the video, even wrote, “Ola AD?”, and the tsunami of trolls didn’t end there. Other questioned him for not mentioning UBER.
Check out the trolls here:
Promoting @ola ?? Lol
— Nagraj Returns (@CrookBond_D) November 16, 2017
Uber pool 🙊🙊?
— Bhawna (@bhawnakohli5) November 15, 2017
What about Uber pool???
— ARYAN (@iaryananmol) November 15, 2017
hahaha .. Uber walo ne paisa nhi diya hoga na bhai 😀
Lekin haan … –> #MujheFarakPadtaHai
— Anshu Pandey 🇮🇳 (@SRK_anshu) November 15, 2017
Or maybe there are chances that Kohli might have spelled OLA in a flow, and his intentions were true to the cause. Whatever it is, let us simply not jump to conclusions.
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