Holi, the festival of colours is majorly a Hindu festival, celebrated in India and Nepal. Very unlikely somebody from across the Atlantic will even have a clue of the auspicious occasion. All the way from West Indies, Chris Gayle wished all his fans way back in India, a very happy Holi. Chris Gayle, the self-proclaimed boss took to Twitter to wish his fans on Holi.
So, how did Chris Gayle come to know of Holi. We already know Virat Kohli and Gayle are good friends from their RCB days. Virat tweeted a message on Twitter on the day, with a video and a message. Virat Kohli asked all his fans and citizens to not harm any dogs. Even Sachin Tendulkar took to Twitter to wish his fans. It is highly possible Chris Gayle may have used the picture used by Sachin in his tweet.
Chris Gayle was recently seen in the Pakistan Super League playing some mind numbing cricket.
Happy Holi Everyone pic.twitter.com/EC7OSVI939
— Chris Gayle (@henrygayle) March 13, 2017
Knowing the colorful person Gayle is, it is Holi for him every day of the week. Soon, he will be in India for the Indian Premier League. He will be playing for the RCB and will be chipping in with the bat and the ball. His Caribbean mate Andre Russell will not be coming to India after being banned for a year by the ICC for using banned substance.
inUth wishes Chris Gayle, his family and Blush a very happy Holi, may colours always be a part of your lives.