We often see social media trends and challenges go viral, and many celebrities and famous personalities take part in it, to keep up with the trend. Unless you’re living under a rock, you must have definitely heard of the Dolly Parton challenge that people on social media are obsessed with currently. Hollywood celebs, Bollywood stars and even cricketers have taken this challenge, posting pictures of themselves for LinkedIn, Facebook, Instagram and the dating app Tinder. Now, cricketer Ishant Sharma has jumped on the bandwagon, and took the challenge, but it’s Bhuvneshwar Kumar’s reply to it that has grabbed our attention.
Ishant Sharma took to his Instagram and shared his 4 different versions and shared a collage of his personality on LinkedIn, Facebook, Instagram, and Tinder. His LinkedIn picture was a solo one, very formal looking. His Facebook pic was one with his cricket team on the field. The Instagram picture shows him candidly looking to the right, while interestingly, the one on Tinder is his wedding picture with wife Pratima Singh. He explained in the caption, “Had to keep up with the challenge, so here is my version Also, I am happily married to @pratima0808 & she would definitely kill me if I am on tinder #linkedin #facebook #instagram #tinder #dollyparton #dollypartonchallenge #dolly #parton.” ALSO READ: Padma Shri Awardee Karan Johar Gives A 'Pouty' Spin To Dolly Parton Challenge
What was interesting to see, was Bhuvneshwar Kumar’s reply to the post. He wrote, “And still u r on tinder.” This has us literally cracking up and we wonder what Ishant’s wife has to say about this? Replies on Bhuvneshwar comments show that fans found it hilarious too! One comment read, “
@imbhuvi nailed it,” while another fan wrote, “And that's the wicket.... Great delivery from @ishant.sharma29 a perfect Yorker,” with multiple laughing emojis.
Image Source: Instagram/imbhuvi/ishant.sharma29
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