Kapil Dev kidnapped? Gautam Gambhir worried over 1983 world-cup winning skipper's video; Watch

In the viral video, Kapil Dev's hands and lips were tied and two people were seen taking him to a secluded place

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Team India World Cup skipper and former cricketer Kapil Dev's video on Monday sent shockwaves on social media after he was spotted getting kidnapped by two people. In the viral video, Kapil Dev's hands and lips were tied and two people were seen taking him to a secluded place. As a result, former Indian cricketer & BJP leader Gautam Gambhir expressed his worry over it and stated that 'he hopes all is well with the 1983 World cup winning captain'. As a result, Kapil Dev kidnapping video started doing rounds on social media and fans were left stunned over it.

Gautam Gambhir took to his official X handle, formerly known as Twitter and wrote, "Anyone else received this clip, too? Hope it’s not actually @therealkapildev 🤞and that Kapil Paaji is fine!"

Multiple fans reacted to the Kapil Dev kidnapping video. A user wrote, "Disgusting way for viewership, atleast respect our legends." Another user wrote, "Everyday you cross new heights of shamelessness."

It is pertinent to mention here that many fans pointed out that Kapil Dev's kidnapping video is nothing but a promotional for an advertisement as Cricket World Cup 2023 is round the corner.

A user wrote, "What a disgusting way to make an ad." One more user wrote, "Advertisment"

Team India's World Cup 2023 Schedule

October 8: India v Australia, Chennai, 2 pm

October 11: India v Afghanistan, New Delhi, 2 pm

October 14: India v Pakistan, Ahmedabad, 2 pm

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October 19: India v Bangladesh, Pune, 2 pm

October 22: India v New Zealand, Dharamsala, 2 pm

October 29: India v England, Lucknow, 2 pm

November 2: India v Sri Lanka, Mumbai, 2 pm

November 5: India v South Africa, Kolkata, 2 pm

November 11: India v Netherlands, Bengaluru, 2 pm

All of India’s matches will be Day-Night games, beginning at 2 p.m. local time.