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Gautam Gambhir’s pleasing reply to a fan who called him anti-Pakistan is winning the internet

  • Gambhir gives a touching reply to the Twitter user.

  • The fan had asked former India opener to clarify his stance of Pakistan.

Former India opener Gautam Gambhir is extensively acknowledged for his truthful and straight-talking opinions on various topics. Right from his playing days to his ongoing journey of politics, Gambhir hardly shies away from presenting his views with a bold attitude.

Recently, Gambhir gave a glimpse of his positive frame of mind when one of the fans on Twitter asked him a question about not speaking in Pakistan’s favour.

It all happened when Gambhir while giving his report card of one year ran a question and answer session on Twitter.

“After elections, PM @narendramodi ji said just one thing – “Work so hard that you don’t have to depend on my name”. It’s been a yr of grt learning as I present my Year 1 #ReportCard Have been wanting to hav a conversation wid my Twitter family. Let’s do this – Ask GG,” tweeted Gambhir.

Gambhir gives an epic reply to a fan

During the Q/A session, a fan asked: “Why are you soo anti-Pakistan?? @GautamGambhir #AskGG.”

The cricketer-turned-politician replied to the user with a heart-warming answer. Gambhir wrote, “I’m not! I don’t think any Indian is. But when we have to choose between the lives of our soldiers & anything else, we r all on the same side!”

After receiving the response, the fan looked pretty happy and appreciated the former Delhi opener for the matured answer.

“Wasn’t expecting such a positive reply from you of my question but still it’s good that you didn’t badmouth PK in the answer & I appreciate a matured reply from you. @GautamGambhir,” wrote the fan on Twitter.

Gambhir last played for India back in 2016 during a Test match against England. No one can forget his two of the most important knocks which helped India to win the 2007 T20 World Cup and 2011 50-overs World Cup.

Even in the Indian Premier League (IPL), Gambhir spread his captaincy magic when he won two IPL titles for Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) in 2012 and 2014.

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