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‘He might have regrets’: India legend K. Srikkanth decodes Jasprit Bumrah’s cryptic Instagram story

As the anticipation for the IPL 2024 auction reaches a crescendo, the trading drama has taken centre stage and the Indian cricket sensation Jasprit Bumrah has emerged as a focal point of intrigue on social media.

One of Bumrah’s enigmatic Instagram story has frequently set the social media abuzz, sparking speculation and curiosity among fans and pundits alike. It is worth noting that his story came after Mumbai Indians (MI) made a significant trade deal by acquiring Hardik Pandya from Gujarat Titans.

With these developments, the five-time IPL champions MI, who heavily rely on the right-arm pacer’s bowling prowess, find themselves in the midst of widespread speculations and attention-grabbing events.

Jasprit Bumrah’s Instagram story

Bumrah’s recent story, featuring the cryptic message, “Silence is sometimes the best answer,” has became the epicenter of widespread speculation and rumours across social media platforms. The 29-year-old’s post has triggered a cascade of interpretations, with one prominent gossip gaining momentum, suggesting that he might have discontent with the recent trade decisions made by Mumbai.

The speculation has ignited fervent discussions among fans and cricket enthusiasts, eagerly attempting to decipher the underlying meaning of the cricketer’s seemingly introspective message.

Jasprit Bumrah's Instagram story
Jasprit Bumrah’s Instagram story (Image source: Twitter)

As the social media frenzy continues, former Indian cricketer K. Srikkanth has presented his opinion on the reason behind Bumrah’s peculiar social media pursuit.

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‘He might feel it’s not fair’ K. Srikkanth on Jasprit Bumrah

Srikkanth suggested that Bumrah might harbor regrets and hurt for staying with MI while the franchise celebrates players who left and returned. The former Indian skipper mentioned the possibility of the Ahmedabad-born cricketer’s perceiving the situation as unfair, given the attention bestowed upon others who rejoined the team.

“He must have been hurt. He must be feeling that he stayed back with MI but the franchise is now celebrating someone who left and came back. ‘You are making him the biggest thing on earth’. He might feel it’s not fair,” Srikkanth said, as quoted in a video on YouTube.

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