Siraj, who was retained by Royal Challengers Bangalore along with Australia's Glenn Maxwell and former captain Virat Kohli ahead of the mega auction, said in an RCB podcast on Friday that the IPL had given him fame.
Siraj went off late in the day after pulling up in his delivery stride with a suspected hamstring injury.
During the first session of the third day's play in the second Test at Lord's, fans had thrown bottle corks at Indian opener K L Rahul.
K L Rahul could partner Rohit Sharma at the top of the order in the first Test which begins on Wednesday.
Siraj said captain Virat Kohli, also his skipper at Royal Challengers Bangalore, and bowling coach Bharat Arun besides Shastri, supported him after his father's death on November 20.
Both Siraj and Kuldeep were not selected for the ongoing first Test against England.
Cricket Australia launched an investigation with New South Wales Police after Siraj complained of hearing racist slurs while fielding near the boundary rope during the third Test at Sydney.
Batsman Shubman Gill, all-rounder Washington Sundar, fast bowlers Mohammed Siraj, T Natarajan and Navdeep Saini, in addition to rookie pacer Shardul Thakur will be getting the SUV.
The 26-year-old pacer was one of the standout performers for India as the team recorded a second consecutive 2-1 Test series win over Australia Down Under.
Siraj's 53-year-old father, who was an auto driver, had died on November 20 due to a lung ailment -- barely a week after his son landed in Australia with the Indian team.