– After a video of the famous cricketer went viral on Thursday, shockingly, Indian batsman Prithvi Shaw has now experienced yet another backlash. After the star of the Delhi (DC) Capitals refused to take a selfie with two people at an unidentified location, fans attacked the Indian fly-half. DC fan half Shaw can be seen fighting with a woman in a viral video that was posted on social media.
Following this unfortunate incident, the neighborhood police reportedly filed a complaint against the skeptics. In response to the Indian cricketer’s second refusal to take a selfie, the Oshiwara police reportedly filed a case against eight people for allegedly assaulting Shaw’s car friend. with the team members. Videos of alleged incidents involving Indian cricketer Shaw and a fan have also appeared on Twitter.
video of alleged scuffle with fan rocks the internet
The incident took place on Wednesday at the Sahara Star Hotel’s cafe, according to the police. Shaw allegedly suffered a baseball bat attack, according to a report by Indian Express, after the Mumbai cricketer declined to pose for more photos. A woman and two other people approached them for a selfie as they were eating dinner. The cricketer initially consented, but the two persisted in bugging them for more pictures,” one person claimed.
Shaw, one of the most promising young players in Indian cricket, played a key role in Indian Oil’s victory over Mumbai Customs in the 17th edition of the DY Patil T20 Cup match on Wednesday at the DY Patil Stadium.
Mumbai Customs won all three of their matches against Indian Oil at the DY Patil Stadium thanks to Shaw’s quick 42 runs and Yashasvi Jaiswal’s impressive 31 runs as Indian Oil chased down 195. Young Shaw had previously joined the Indian white ball team again for the T20I series against New Zealand. The all-around player did not play for the Indian team during the three-match series between Hardik Pandya’s team and the Black Caps, though. As Shubman Gill and Ishan Kishan opened for India in the T20I series, Shaw disregarded the Indian sentiment. One T20I and five One Day Internationals (ODIs) have been played by Team India’s opener Shaw.