Sunil Chhetri has helped a fan get free Netflix subscription and a personally signed jersey after the latter requested the Indian football team captain and star striker to share his user ID and password.
Taking to Twitter, Chhetri had posted a screenshot of a message he received on Facebook and wrote: "Jersey - X, Autograph on a picture - X, Reply to the post - X, Video wishing the neighbour's son's pet dog - X. Here's someone who has priorities straight and it's really making me want to consider the demand."
Netflix India's Twitter handle took note of this message from Chhetri and they replied: "While we on that topic, could we also get your autograph on a picture?"
Chhetri then proposed a barter deal asking for a two-month free subscription for the fan in return for an autographed jersey from him.
His post read: "In the true spirit of a barter, how about you guys hand the kid a two-month subscription and I will send a signed shirt and a picture your way? Do we have a deal?"
In reply, Netflix India's Twitter handle posted: "How about we send him both the jersey and a subscription card? Let's make his day."
To this, Chhetri replied: "Sounds great guys, now that we've got this figured out. Subscription for the kid, Shirt for the kid, Shirt for you guys."
Earlier, in a series of tweets, Chhetri had announced that the members of the Indian team had come together and 'put on table a sum that has been sent to the PM-Cares Fund' to help in the fight against coronavirus.