Ravi Ashwin Birthday Wish To MS Dhoni: Ravi Ashwin’s tweet on the birthday of former Indian captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni is becoming increasingly viral. Actually, Indian off-spinner Ravi Ashwin has wished Captain Cool on his birthday with a ‘disclaimer’. Ravi Ashwin has written in his tweet that on July 7, he does not want to prove himself wrong by not wishing a great personality a happy birthday. He has further written Happy Birthday Mahi Bhai… Along with this, he has also shared a laughing emoji.
Why did Ravi Ashwin wish Mahendra Singh Dhoni on his birthday with a ‘disclaimer’?
Ravi Ashwin has written in his tweet that ‘Disclaimer’ this will be my last birthday wish to anyone on Twitter. After this, I will not wish anyone birthday on Twitter. Along with this, he wrote that now if I have to wish birthday, then I will wish birthday by calling or messaging, but this is my last birthday wish on Twitter. However, the Indian off-spinner’s tweet is becoming increasingly viral on social media. Apart from this, social media users are constantly giving their feedback by commenting.
Tweeting on July 7th without wishing the great man a happy birthday can prove to be catastrophic. 😂😂Happy birthday Mahi bhai. #disclaimer this will be my last birthday wish on Twitter for anyone. I believe I will stick to wishing them directly or calling them.
— Ashwin 🇮🇳 (@ashwinravi99) July 7, 2023
Ravi Ashwin has played for a long time under the captaincy of Mahendra Singh Dhoni.
Let us tell that Ravi Ashwin has played for Chennai Super Kings and India under the captaincy of Mahendra Singh Dhoni. Actually, Ravi Ashwin made his debut in IPL 2010. The captain of that Chennai Super Kings team was Mahendra Singh Dhoni. Apart from this, Ravi Ashwin played under the captaincy of Mahendra Singh Dhoni in the Indian team for a long time.
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