WTC Final - "Terrible Tragedy": Harsh Varrdhan Kapoor Says There Is "No Intensity" Without Virat Kohli As Captain

WTC Final 2023, India vs Australia: After Rohit Sharma and co struggled on Day 1, actor Harsh Varrdhan Kapoor said there is "no intensity" when Virat Kohli is not the captain.

Entertainment Desk
Written By: Entertainment Desk
Updated: June 08, 2023 | 12:32 IST
Harsh Varrdhan Kapoor
Harsh Varrdhan Kapoor said there is "no intensity" when Virat Kohli is not the captain.

The World Test Championship (WTC) final between India vs Australia is well and truly underway. However, Rohit Sharma and co have not had a great start to the game as Australia ended Day 1 at a score of 327/3 with Travis Head and Steve Smith unbeaten on 146 and 95, respectively. Now, this poor performance on the field has also brought out a reaction from actor Harsh Varrdhan Kapoor, and it is fair to say, that he is missing Virat Kohli as the captain.

Taking to Twitter, the 'Bhavesh Joshi Superhero' actor said that it is a "terrible tragedy" that Virat Kohli is not the captain and there is no intensity without him as the leader. 

"Terrible tragedy that @imVkohli isn’t test captain anymore there is no intensity / hunger without him at the helm the players are passive and just going through the motions under Rohit .. poor team selection also Ashwin had to play + Bumrah out through injury is a huge blow," the actor tweeted.

Check out the tweet here:

As India performed poorly on Day 1, many users on Twitter felt that the bowling performance reminded them of years 2011 and 2012 when India lost series against Australia and England by a 4-0 margin.

Many users also called out the team management for not picking Ravichandran Ashwin in the playing XI. 

Talking about Harsh Varrdhan Kapoor, the son of Anil Kapoor has so far acted in three full motion pictures -- 'Mirzya', 'Bhavesh Joshi Superhero' and 'Thar'.

He also had a cameo performance in 'AK vs AK'.

The actor had made his debut with 'Mirzya' in 2016 while his last performance came in 'Thar' in 2022.

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