Ravi Shastri shares a cartoon with Amitabh Bachchan; fans urge him to return to comment
Former Team India coach Ravi Shastri was one of the prominent voices in the cricket commentary world. Prior to taking on the coaching role, Ravi Shastri had made a name for himself in commentary due to his flamboyant style of narrating the events of a live match. On Tuesday, a former Indian coach shared a post on his Twitter account where fans remembered Ravi Shastri’s comment and called for his return.
Ravi Shastri shares cartoon article with Amitabh Bachchan; Fans ask him about returning comments
Ravi Shastri shared a post of himself as a cartoon on Tuesday with Amitabh Bachchan posing with the weapon from the movie Zanjeer. He captioned the image ‘Even he knew which right shoulder to shoot from. Two left-handers tagging Amitabh Bachchan in the post. In the image, there is some text that says Ravi Shastri’s film career is limited to a few films with an uncredited role in the 1989 film Joshiley.
Following Ravi Shastri’s Tweet, fans wrote their comment below the image asking him to return as a commentator
Shastri saab, when are you back in the comments area?
– dimaagkoshot (@dimaagkoshot) December 7, 2021
Comment mein aa jao sirð
– Pulkit Agrwal (@ Pulkit_Agrwal21) December 7, 2021
Ravi Shastri announces his next business
After stepping down from his coaching position, Ravi Shastri had recently announced that his next venture, but much to the disappointment of fans, will not be in a comment box. The former cricketer recently announced the launch of a sports management company. The company named âSporting Beyondâ will be opened by Ravi Shastri with Papia Pradeep Guha and Jaiveer Panwar as partners and will specialize in the creation and marketing of new sports properties, mergers and acquisitions.
Ravi Shastri to feature in Legends League Cricket
Ravi Shastri was recently appointed commissioner of Legends League Cricket (LLC), a professional event for retired players set to take off next year. The League will feature former cricketers from India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Australia and England, among other cricketing nations, divided into three teams representing India, Asia and the rest of the world.
Speaking of joining the league, Ravi Shastri said: “It’s going to be a lot of fun with some serious cricket. These mainstays have nothing new to prove but they have their reputation online and I can assure you it will be interesting to see. how they do it justice. I am extremely excited to be a part of Legends League Cricket. It is a unique initiative and we see a very bright future. ”