The episode of The Kapil Sharma Show had some interesting revelations from the cricket world when Kapil Sharma was seen welcoming two of the Indian cricket team’s most famous cricketers – Yuzvendra Chahal and Piyush Chawla.
Both cricketers are known for their exceptional leg-spinning talent, who have represented India in many international matches. Apart from being a visual retreat, the episode was also featured a roller coaster ride. Whether it the locker room conversations or the cricket pitch fun facts.
Chahal started his career by being a batsman and eventually recorded his name as the fastest in the list of bowlers. He also revealed that he played a few matches in the IPL as a batsman. Chahal was asked why he does not use his bat and steals Rohit Sharma or Virat Kohli’s bat during matches?
Confirming the rumors, Chahal said, “Yes it is true. When the batsmen are distributed among the players to be distributed according to their batting talents. I always see who has got the lightest bat and I usually use his bat. Now the players are also sure and ready that I will raise their bat. Seeing the opportunity, I bat lightly. “
Talking about his youth days of struggle, Chahal told how he used to travel for miles to practice in a well-maintained pitch, he shared, “I belong to a peasant family and very much Started playing at an early age. I used to travel about 7 to 8 km daily on a bicycle to go for practice sessions, so I could not help my father in farming.
After a certain time, they made a pitch in our farm, which made it convenient for me to play at home and dedicate time. “