SRH jersey reaction

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Ahead of IPL 2022, all the franchises are finally back in action. Every day, there is some or the other announcement being made nowadays. While Lucknow and Ahmedabad franchises recently revealed their names, few other teams have been busy finalizing sponsor deals for the upcoming season. Amid all this, Sunrisers Hyderabad surprised everyone on Wednesday by unveiling their new jersey.

There was something different about the new jersey with quite a lot of orange colour, presumably to keep the essence of Orange Army intact. As expected, the fans had extreme reactions to the announcement. In one of the most rib-tickling responses, a user shared the famous ad image of 'Bolo Zubaan Kesari' featuring Ajay Devgn to sum up his opinion on the jersey.

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While some of the fans loved the jersey as they reacted with heart emojis, the others openly admitted that they were not really impressed with the same. One of the users even went on to question the franchise, sarcastically asking who told them that they needed a new jersey. Notably, most of the fans admitted that their old jersey was far better.

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There were some hilarious reactions as well as one user compared the SRH jersey to that of a prisoner (used abroad). On the other hand, someone drew parallels between the team's new kit with that of Perth Scorchers, terming it as 144p version of the Perth jersey.

To sum up all the events happening around IPL 2022, a fan announced verdict that Ahmedabad's franchise name (Gujarat Titans) is better than Lucknow's team name (Lucknow Super Giants), which is eventually better than SRH jersey.

It will be interesting to see how the jersey eventually turns up with all the sponsor logos in the end. One thing is for sure that it is going to be something different for fans to get used to in upcoming season.