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Sehwag had note ban in mind while wishing wife on birthday, Twitter erupts

Cricketer Virender Sehwag, who has acquired quite a reputation of hitting them out of the park from his Twitter account, provided some fresh fodder for users to joke about today. It all started when he
Sehwag had note ban in mind while wishing wife on...
India TV Sports Desk New Delhi December 16, 2016 16:29 IST

Cricketer Virender Sehwag, who has acquired quite a reputation of hitting them out of the park from his Twitter account, provided some fresh fodder for users to joke about today. It all started when he wrote a birthday wish for wife Aarti Sehwag, unleashing a sea of jokes.

Famous for his sarcastic birthday tweets, Virender kept up with his nature in the birthday wish for his wife as well. However, his tweet was laced with some demonetisation humour when he said ‘Sachha pyaar aur 100 ka note Mushkil Se milta hai’.

It seemed this statement was enough to bring out the funny side of Indians who are queuing outside ATMs and banks. Many of them shared their woes on the Twitter thread and also joked about it.

Here is Virender’s tweet and the replies that will surely crack you up:

Now that a large chunk of netizens have replied on the matter, let us see how Aarti replies to this.

Like Virender, his wife too has a penchant for sarcastic tweets.

A few months ago when the ‘Sultan of Multan’ had tweeted wishes for R. Ashwin after his amazing performance in a match, he had added a caveat that only a married man could understand the need to come home early.

To this tweet, Ashiwn’s wife Pritha said she didn’t do much. But what made it more funny was the reply from Aarti which read, “Neither did I. Both in a hurry as always @ashwinravi99 @virendersehwag.”

Virender and Aarti got married in 2004 and have two sons - Aryavair and Vedant. 

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