Rohit Sharma would never want to share a room with these two cricketers, folded his hands and said – I don’t think I can live with them…

Rohit Sharma would never want to share a room with these two cricketers, folded his hands and said – I don’t think I can live with them…

The second episode of The Great Indian Kapil Show has arrived on the OTT platform Netflix, in which Indian cricketers Rohit Sharma and Shreyas Iyer are seen having fun and answering Kapil Sharma’s questions. Its latest promo has come out, in which Rohit Sharma is seen giving his answer on the matter of never sharing a room with any two players. The fans are also not able to stop laughing after seeing this promo.

A promo has surfaced on Netflix India, in the beginning of which Kapil Sharma asks his two guests, which is the player with whom you would never want to share a room? Responding to this, Rohit Sharma says, there are two people, one is Shikhar Dhawan and one is Rishabh Pant. On this Kapil says ok and Shreyas repeats the question whether he would like to do it or not.

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In the clip, Rohit says, I would not like to do it brother. Sorry. During this, the cricketer can also be seen folding his hands. Explaining the reason for this he further says, they are very dirty. After coming back after practice, they will just throw away their clothes. His room is always on DND because he sleeps till 1 o’clock. Housekeeping people who come to clean open the door. That is why it is important to be on DND. That is why if the room remains dirty for three or four days, the people around it suffer a lot. I don’t think I will be able to live with them.

While sharing this promo, it was written on the Instagram page of Netflix India, ‘The people around us suffer a lot, era age well. The second episode of The Great Indian Kapil Show is out on Netflix. After watching this promo, people are seen giving their reactions. And sharing funny emojis.

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