Nowadays, there are a lot of people who turn to social media for help to edit their pictures. Not everyone is adept at using tools like Photoshop and the netizens have often seen helping those people. Well, this IPL fan holding a poster featuring Chennai Super Kings (CSK) skipper, MS Dhoni also requested Twitter to do the same.
Bhumika shared a picture of herself and wanted to edit out a man in the background. And the results were hilarious. Bhumika took to Twitter to share a picture of herself from a match. She was holding a poster featuring Dhoni and wearing a yellow top.
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“Dhoni ki Jhalak, sabse alag,” read the poster. However, she wanted to edit out a man that was in the background. “Can someone remove this guy in the background?” she asked.
Can someone remove this guy in the background? pic.twitter.com/Cw3syvOJcD
— Bhumika (@thisisbhumika) May 3, 2023
Needless to say, the post grabbed a lot of attention online and several hilarious reactions from social media users.
Fixed it! pic.twitter.com/ygyma5J2r7
— Manish Balani (@camanishbalani) May 4, 2023
— ayush (@sojaoayush) May 3, 2023
MSD: Why? pic.twitter.com/Q9L7Mr2Gwk
— Newton (Android Version) (@memeroid_) May 3, 2023
Itna hi ho paya pic.twitter.com/lHkMBO5UCy
— NK (@nirmal_indian) May 3, 2023
Ye lo 🌚 ms Dhoni Fan Ho is liye kr diya , but shayd acha nhi hai #rcb 💤 pic.twitter.com/eIFmykhtip
— Manish Patidar (@memanish_09) May 4, 2023
— Raghv (@rg5_rg) May 3, 2023
— Sumit✨ (@Anteryamiiii) May 3, 2023
Talking about the game, Lucknow Super Giants (LSG) and Chennai Super Kings (CSK) were forced to split points as their Indian Premier League (IPL) witnessed no result due to rain on Wednesday. With incessant rain lashing the Ekana Stadium, even the minimum five overs of the CSK innings weren’t possible after the home team had made 125 for seven in 19.2 overs when rain interrupted play.
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LSG middle-order batter Ayush Badoni’s unbeaten 59 (33 balls; 2x4s, 4x6s) was the only bright spot in the home team’s otherwise lackluster batting performance as Chennai Super Kings’ Moeen Ali (2/13) and Maheesh Theekshana (2/37) impressed by making early inroads. The game began after a 15-minute delay due to a wet outfield and rain returned in the final over of the first innings to halt the proceedings.