What Was Harmanpreet Kaur Talking To Virat Kohli About In This Epic Picture? Indian Women’s T20 Captain Has An Interesting Reply

In a question-answer session with fans, Indian Women’s T20 captain Harmanpreet Kaur gave an interesting reply to a curious fan who asked what she was talking to Virat Kohli about. Check it out!

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What Was Harmanpreet Kaur Talking To Virat Kohli About In This Epic Picture? Indian Women’s T20 Captain Has An Interesting Reply
Cricketers are superstars not just on the field but on social media as well these days, and they have massive popularity on social media, with a whopping number of fans. Especially the Indian Women’s T20 captain Harmanpreet Kaur, who recently held a Q and A session on Twitter with the hashtag #AskHarman wherein fans could tweet questions to her and she did make it a point to reply back with an answer. During the session, a curious fan asked what she was talking to Virat Kohli about, and she had an interesting reply.

Harmanpreet Kaur took to her Twitter handle and wrote, “Hey guys as we are staying at home and taking precautions by social distancing. I thought of doing a Q&A session with you. Let's make the most of the digital world. Send in your questions with #AskHarman and I will answer as many as I can.”One fan of Harmanpreet Kaur had shared a picture of her on the field, in the presence of Smriti Mandhana and Virat Kohli wherein all of them seemed to be having a fun conversation.

The fan asked the question “what are you talking to Kohli?” Being her fun self, she replied to the tweet by answering that she was asking for his bat. Take a look at the picture and the tweet:


In other news, Harmanpreet had recently led the Indian Women’s team in the World T20 tournament wherein she didn’t have a great tournament with the bat herself but led the team admirably to the finals.


 
Image Source: Instagram/virat.kohli/imharmanpreet_kaur
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