New Delhi: South African cricketer AB de Villiers, who is in India to take part in the Indian Premier League's ninth edition, wants to talk to Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi regarding his Indian citizenship.
Royal Challengers Bangalore's De Villiers has been in outstanding form with the willow this season.
He has already amassed 538 runs in 11 innings, with the help of four fifties and an unbeaten hundred against Gujarat Lions.
Recently, when Mr Nags, who is a member of RCB's digital team, asked ABD "Why don't you take Indian citizenship?, as you are spending so much time in India?' The superman replied on a lighter note by saying, “I should to talk to the Prime Minister regarding the citizenship.”
While AB was clearly joking, Indians fans will definitely love the idea.
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ABD has a solid fan base in India as he has been part of the IPL since its inception.
He entertains the crowd with his blistering stroke play.