Ravindra Jadeja shared selfie without filters fans reacted on social media


Ravindra Jadeja is currently in England with Team India for the World Test Championship final. (PIC: PTI)

All-rounder Ravindra Jadeja shared a picture of himself on Monday, which he called a ‘selfie’. Fans gave different reactions to this. It looked more like a part of a photo session than a selfie.

New Delhi. Indian all-rounder Ravindra Jadeja is with Team India in England and is preparing for the World Test Championship Final (WTC Final). Jadeja is also active on social media and also shares photo-videos for fans. He shared a picture of himself on Monday, which he called a ‘selfie’. Fans gave different reactions to this.

The final of the World Test Championship between India and New Zealand is to be played in Southampton, England from June 18. Team India is currently preparing for this match in England. Team India will play under the captaincy of Virat Kohli and Jadeja’s place in Playing XI is almost certain. Before this, he is sharing pictures on social media.

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In the picture shared by Jadeja, he is wearing a black T-shirt and pants. Also trying to wear the shirt. In its caption, he wrote, ‘Confidence level: Selfie without any filters.’ He also wrote in the hashcode – Lifestyle and Dress Code.

Many people commented on this, in which some said that this is not a selfie, then someone said that you clicked a photo with a camera and not a selfie from a smartphone.

Jadeja was asked from which angle is this selfie. (Twitter)

Many people commented on Jadeja’s picture. (Twitter)

Jadeja of Saurashtra has played 51 Tests, 168 ODIs and 50 T20 Internationals so far. He has a total of 1954 runs in Tests with the help of a century and 15 half-centuries while 2411 runs in ODIs with the help of 13 half-centuries. Not only this, he has also taken 220 wickets in Tests, 188 in ODIs and 39 wickets in T20 International format.


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