Twitter has become a good medium for fans to interact with celebrities. The fans and celebrities are often seen engaged with each other on the social media. However, sometimes fans end up getting trolled for their weird or humiliating posts on any celebrity. And recently one fan was on the receiving end when she tried to mock Bollywood actor Sushant Singh Rajut, who is playing the role of MS Dhoni in the Indian skipper’s upcoming biopic titled ‘M.S. Dhoni-The Untold Story’.

After Dhoni missed the chance to score 2 runs off the final delivery against West Indies in the first T20I, Sushant Singh Rajput started trending on Twitter and jokes of him playing the final ball instead of Dhoni started doing the rounds.

Chasing an improbable 246 to win, India almost had the match in their hands when they needed just 8 runs from the last six balls and then two off the final ball. With one of the best finisher of the game on strike, the match was India’s to loose. However, Dhoni was deceived by a slower delivery from Dwayne Bravo and gave a simple catch to loose the match.

Then a fan tried to take a dig at the actor by asking him who played the last ball. The joke did not go down well with the actor and he gave her a fitting reply.

The user wrote, “Do it really “Sushant Singh Rajput”, who played last ball of the day yesterday in #IndvWI”

In reply, Sushant said: “No sweetheart, I was busy teaching your forefathers how to be witty.”

Sushant Singh Rajput
The fan did not reply afterwards and deleted the tweet.

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