Shubman Gill’s humorous response to a fan’s Rs 20,000 premium seat experience goes viral in IPL 2023.

  • A Shubman Gill supporter paid Rs 20K for a ticket to the IPL 2023 opener.
  • Gill had a humorous response to the fan’s opulent outing.
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Every Indian’s blood and bones are saturated with a love of cricket. India’s population treats the game like a festival and rarely misses an opportunity to watch it. The 2023 season of the Indian Premier League (IPL) just began in Ahmedabad with the opening game between Gujarat Titans (GT) and Chennai Super Kings (CSK). A sizable audience turned up for the tournament start, which was also attended by a number of famous people.

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During the game, a supporter of Shubman Gill described how he spent Rs. 20,000 on a luxury suite seat to see the first ipl match official opening ceremony and the thrilling battle between GT and CSK. Notably, the IPL 2023 season’s opening ceremony was a lavish occasion that included performances by prominent singers Arijit Singh and actress Tamanna Bhatia in addition to the legendary return of sportscaster Mandira Bedi. Drones produced the pictures of a bowler and a batter smashing the ball to make the distinctive IPL emblem as the team captains rode into the arena on chariots.

A Gill supporter uploaded a video of him receiving VIP treatment to Instagram with the following caption: “20,000 Rs Premium Suites Ticket experience GT vs CSK match.”

The Instagram user’s video showed him arriving at the elite club in an electric automobile before taking in the drone-powered light show that the BCCI had put up. The lounge can be seen in the video being decorated with flags and Gujarat IPL team memorabilia, including cushions and banners. The article has received over 10 lakh likes and is still trending online.

GT opener Gill made a joke about the electric car that took him to the lounge in a remark on the fan’s video. He wrote on twitter: “Sahi hai bhai. Hame toh chal kar jana padta hai (Great brother! We have to walk to reach the ground instead.”

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