Rohit Sharma ’s hilarious comment in a funny ad ahead of IPL 2020: The 13th edition of the Indian Premier League (IPL) will lock its horn on 29th March with the opening game between Mumbai Indians and Chennai Super Kings at Wankhede in Mumbai. The preparation for this season has already been started, players are busy in practising, fans are busy in planning and the broadcaster Start Sports Network is busy in promoting the league with hilarious ads.
Earlier the official broadcaster of Indian Premier League (IPL) has released an advertisement in which hilariously taken a dig at Mumbai Indians to win the trophy in only odd years. Let you all know that Mumbai Indians have won 4 titles so far in the history of IPL i.e. in the years 2013, 2015, 2017 and 2019. And hence Rohit’s love towards the odd number has become a fashion for ads ahead of IPL 2020.
However, now a new ad is making rounds on the internet which is an answer from Mumbai’s skipper for all the franchises. In the video, Rohit Sharma has also taken a dig at his team for winning trophies only in odd years but further, he has also added that this is 13th season on IPL, which is also an odd number.
Rohit Sharma’s Hilarious Comment In An Funny Ad
Mumbai Indians had reached the finals for the very first time in 2010, but unfortunately, had lost the crucial final against Chennai Super Kings. They managed to get their hands on their maiden title back in 2013 and since then the trend of winning in the odd year has started. And fans also keeping in mind that the odd number is lucky for the Indian batsman Rohit.
Now a new ad is making rounds on the internet in which Rohit Sharma has also agreed their connection with an odd number. Rohit himself has shared the video on his twitter handle in which he is seen addressing one of his relative about the 13th edition of the tournament. He shared a post with a clip that read, “I was simply waiting for the clock to strike the right number! Time to go even this #VIVOIPL season, @mipaltan! #KhelBolega.”
Here is the video
I was simply waiting for the clock to strike the right number!
— Rohit Sharma (@ImRo45) March 5, 2020