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Virat Kohli can go to Oxford Street shirtless: Ganguly hilariously tells Amitabh Bachchan not to challenge Indian captain

Sourav Ganguly talked about his epic shirt celebration during the Natwest Final versus England in 2002.

Amitabh Bachchan recalled Sourav Ganguly's iconic celebration in Lord's balcony.

                                                                  Sourav Ganguly  (Photo Source: Twitter)

One of the most impactful crossroads throughout the entire existence of Indian cricket is the group's well known success over England in the Natwest series last in the year 2002. In a run-pursue of 326, India were down out, when they were decreased to 146 for five. Yuvraj Singh and Mohammed Kaif had different plans and framed an epic organization, which took the Men in Blue home. In any case, it was the then commander Sourav Ganguly's wild shirt festivity at the Lords arena that the match is best associated with. 

It's 19 years to that essential match and still, Ganguly's festivals are talked by most cricket fan. Amazing Bollywood entertainer Amitabh Bachchan excessively reviewed that occurrence during a scene of Kaun Banega Crorepati, when he had Ganguly and Virender Sehwag as visitors.

At the point when Bachchan had tested Ganguly concerning that popular festival, the BCCI president replied by saying, “My daughter once watched it and asked me why did I do it. I thought I have scored over 20, 000 runs and so many cover drives, but everybody keeps talking about the Lord’s balcony celebration.”

Bachchan, however, was not in the least humiliated by the southpaw's shirt festivity at the Lords overhang and said that everybody cherished how it offered back with an extraordinary demeanor and just a strong commander could pull off such an accomplishment. 

The BCCI president however didn't take the senior entertainer's commendation like that and told the current Indian captain Virat Kohli dares to go to Oxford Street without a shirt. Like Ganguly, Kohli also exposes heart and soul to all onlookers and is never modest to show it by his activities.

“Don’t challenge Virat Kohli. He can even go to Oxford Street without a shirt,” Ganguly said.

Amitabh Bachchan lip-read what Sourav Ganguly had said during his epic festival celebration

Ganguly's vivified motion after his group's epic success was a fitting response to the then England all-rounder Andrew Flintoff, who had gone out of control at Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai. While removing his shirt, Ganguly articulated a few words as well, which Bachchan got some information about. The southpaw denied mentioning to him what his words and kept away from the inquiry adroitly. 

The entertainer, however, rushed to return to him and told he realized what Ganguly said during his vivified festivity in the Natwest Final.

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