New Zealand batsman Ross Taylor shows off his other set of skill on Twitter. Taylor who had an eventful couple of weeks here in India has not only come well with the bat for New Zealand but his Hindi skills has surprised everyone along with former India opener Virender Sehwag, who started the Twitter banter a couple of weeks ago.
But the banter does not remain confined between the two cricketers, UIDAI actively takes part in the conversation.
Taylor had replied to Sehwag's 'Darji' comment with a twist. Continuing the banter with the former India opener, the New Zealander took to Instagram on Sunday to share a picture of him sitting in front of a shut tailor shop and captioned it,"@virendersehwag #Rajkot mein match k baad, #darji (Tailor) Ki dukaan band. Agli silai #Trivandrum mein hogi... Zaroor Aana. #India #IndvNZ."
Sehwag was quick to respond and tagged Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI), asking them whether the veteran Kiwi middle-order batsman is eligible for an Aadhaar Card for his impressive Hindi skills.
— Virender Sehwag (@virendersehwag) November 6, 2017
But it’s not just the cricketer who is quick in responding. UIDAI also joined in and tweeted back. UIDAI took the tweet with a hint of humour as their official Twitter handle responded by stating, "Language no bar. Resident status is what matters."
At the moment, Taylor is keeping up with Sehwag's pace at the micro blogging site as well on the cricket ground with the Indian cricket team. But all eyes remain on tomorrow’s big match, India vs New Zealand, the third and final T20I match to be played at the Greenfield International Stadium, Thiruvananthapuram with the series tied 1-1.
Language no bar. Resident status is what matters.
— Aadhaar (@UIDAI) November 6, 2017