In times of social media, it is almost impossible for anyone to get away with a mistake. If the mistake is committed by a celebrity, it becomes worse for them. It attracts eyeballs quickly and becomes the talk of the town. The same happened with Indian cricketer Dhawal Kulkarni. The cricketer had to pay the price for putting an extra digit in his tweet.
Kulkarni posted a tweet on Wednesday evening. The pacer had written, “Where am I going ???!!” in his tweet. The reason for his tweet was not clear and no one even paid heed to that. But a user rather pointed out the mistake Kulkarni had committed while sharing the tweet.
— Dhawal Kulkarni (@dhawal_kulkarni) April 20, 2022
Replying to his tweet, a user wrote, “By living in 2022 you are going to 20222”. This reply was directed at the wrong hashtag the cricketer had put in his tweet. Kulkarni, while sharing his tweet, had used #IPL20222 rather than #IPL2022. He might not have realised it at the time of doing it, but he was reminded really quickly of his error.
By living in 2022 you are going to 20222 pic.twitter.com/Pt0E3qNeJy
— SHOUNAK🇮🇳 (@Shounak_72_) April 20, 2022
Kulkarni going to Mumbai?
While many were left wondering about the meaning of the tweet posted by Dhawal Kulkarni, some reports have suggested that the pacer may be going to Mumbai Indians for IPL 2022. According to the latest report in the Times of India, the right-arm quick is all set to join the MI camp for the rest of IPL 2022.
The report also claimed that Mumbai Indians captain Rohit Sharma is keen on having Kulkarni in the MI squad as he believes Kulkarni’s local experience will come in handy for the five-time champions who are struggling big time. “MI skipper Rohit Sharma was keen on adding Kulkarni to strengthen their pace attack. Being from Mumbai, he’s aware of how to bowl in Mumbai and Pune, where IPL-15 is being held,” a source was quoted saying.
Notably, Dhawal Kulkarni has featured in 92 IPL games for MI, Rajasthan Royals and Gujarat Lions over different seasons. He has 86 wickets against his name. The pacer is known for his ability to swing the new ball both ways.