Farzi Times: Yograj Singh wants R Ashwin to go penniless after he dropped Yuvraj Singh

Yuvraj was dropped from KXIP playing XI against Sunrisers Hyderabad.

Yograj Singh with Yuvraj Singh

Yuvraj Singh is having a tough time in IPL 2018. Fans have to watch MS Dhoni's biopic, again and again, to see Yuvraj thrashing the bowlers. The southpaw was even dropped from his IPL side Kings XI Punjab (KXIP) playing XI, which was outrageous.

On Thursday, when Yuvraj's father, Yograj Singh sat for dinner, his food (boneless chicken) became tasteless, as he found out that his son was dropped from the playing XI by KXIP skipper R Ashwin.

Hearing this news, he immeidately took out the holy water and cursed Ashwin to go penniless soon. But he wasn't sure if the KXIP skipper will really go penniless, considering the unpredictability of the off-spinner, this might turn into a blessing for him.

When we tried to contact Yograj, he said, "Ashwin is MS Dhoni's agent. He wants to destroy my son's career. They have dropped Yuvi so that Chris Gayle could score runs and get a place in Indian team. They will select Gayle but not my son in Indian team as long as Dhoni is there. Ashwin will go penniless one day."

Our reporter even got slapped by Yograj after he tried to remove the skin from his face. "I was just trying to check if it's Arvind Kejriwal with a mask of Yograj? Only he can blame this many people in one breath," our reporter said.

Yograj further claimed that it was because of his curse, that Gautam Gambhir went penniless in this IPL, as he had to forego his wages playing for Delhi Daredevils and had to step down from captaincy.

India's Prime Minister Narendra Modi has been very impressed with Yograj's ability to curse everyone to go 'penniless'.

Now, Modi wants everyone to go penniless (Cashless to be precise) and it has been reported that he has asked Arun Jaitley to contact Yograj; so that he could endorse another demonetization of Indian currency, which will come with his curse.

Note: The article is fun intended and not to offend anyone. It should be taken lightly; lighter than Yuzvendra Chahal. 


By Sihyeu Singh - 28 Apr, 2018

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