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While we love Virender Sehwag’s tweets, there are times when he crosses the line and seems more nasty than funny. Recently, he trolled Kargil martyr’s daughter Gurmehar Kaur who posted a picture of herself with a placard that read, ‘Pakistan did not kill my dad, war killed him.’ In response, Sehwag posted a picture of himself with a placard that read, ‘I didn’t score two triple centuries, my bat did.’ The comment was uncalled for to say the least, and in bad taste. Actor Randeep Hooda too joined the Gurmehar-bashing bandwagon and laughed at Sehwag’s tweet. Unfortunately, we’ve lost respect for both men for what they did to the 20-year-old. 

Here’s listing the few other times Sehwag got really nasty, without any reason.

What’s the point of wishing someone a Happy Birthday with a video of them getting hit for a six. This is clearly rubbing one’s superiority in someone’s face, and we don’t like it.


Well, Piers Morgan did have a point but he his tone was less like criticism, and more like an insult. Virender Sehwag’s retort was equally uncalled for, and we wish we didn’t see such an ugly exchange of thoughts.


Well, if Kevin Pietersen played for England and pledged his loyalty to the country, Sehwag is no one to use his name in a bad context.


Well, Sehwag doesn’t have great hair himself so he should really stop talking about someone else’s. As they say, those who live in glass houses don’t throw stones at others.


Sehwag should stop expecting every player to be like himself, and learn appreciating all types of players. To call his batting like dadi amma’s story (grandmother’s story) is a bit to sarcastic.

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