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  1. Having been in quite a few relationships and gone through several breakups, to date, I struggle to understand what a ‘healthy break up’ actually looks like. That was until I came across the vision that Hrithik Roshan and ex-wife Sussanne Khan have been ever since their divorce. The couple that tied the knot in 2000 was going strong with a happy marriage and two beautiful children until 2013, when the couple finally announced their separation. After 17 long years of married life, the two had decided to call quits, but they vowed to not make it ugly. View this post on Instagram Despite ending their marriage, Hrithik and Sussanne agreed to co-parent their son and not a single paper for alimony was drawn. And as it turns out, the estranged couple continues to put up a healthy and happy image of staying friends after divorce, especially after this picture of the two with their rumoured partners has surfaced on social media. © Sussanne Khan Sussanne Khan recently posted a reel on her social media where one of the many pictures she added was of her posing with her ex-husband Hrithik Roshan, along with both of their rumoured boyfriends and girlfriends. © Sussanne Khan Sussanne was standing next to Arslan Goni while Hrithik was next to Saba Azad and it was a sight to behold. Not just because they all genuinely looked happy, but also because their picture normalised exes staying friends and wishing well for each other at the end of the day. © Sussanne Khan © Sussanne Khan A lot of fans took to the comment section of the reel and dropped positive comments like, “Glad to see people move on if things don’t work out..” Another one wrote, “Way to go ,to see a different and unique way of life stay happy with happy moments.” View the full article
  2. Ever since fast bowler S Sreesanth has announced his retirement from “Indian domestic cricket”, fans have been flocking his social media handles, thanking him for giving them some special memories to cherish for the rest of their lives. Whether it was his iconic celebration after dispatching South Africa’s Andre Nel into the stands during the 2006 tour or that famous catch of Misbah-ul-Haq that made India the inaugural T20 world champions in 2007. "In the air ,Sreesanth takes it" India WIN ! Happy Retirement.Thank you for your contribution to Indian Cricket. pic.twitter.com/e9cW0VcEr6 — Akshat (@AkshatOM10) March 9, 2022 The speedster entertained the fans not only with his incredible seam and swing but also his mannerism, his aggression and his passion for the game. However, it was definitely not the end the 39-year-old pacer from Kerala wanted. Having made his comeback after a long ban, he would have definitely loved to play for the national team one last time and retire in India colours. But that wasn’t to be. Thank you @sreesanth36 brother for all the wonderful moments in cricket, you played with all your passion & leaving a leagacy for the younger generation! My best wishes to you for your life ahead #HappyRetirement #Sreesanth pic.twitter.com/WT18s1mcPZ — Suresh Raina (@ImRaina) March 9, 2022 It was not an ideal end to his controversy-laden career but still he and his family members would be mighty pleased with whatever he was able to achieve on the field. Afterall, not many Indian cricketers have won the World Cup twice. Sreesanth achieved so many great things on the field but he still left a lot to be desired. But on his retirement, the fans forgot all that and praised him for a wonderful career. This spell in #T20worldcup 2007 Semi-final Thank you @sreesanth36 for your memories pic.twitter.com/5wDMdlOAtg — CricTracker (@Cricketracker) March 9, 2022 The Kerala pacer who made his first-class comeback this season after completing his seven-year ban had expressed his desire to make a comeback for the country and complete his century of Test wickets before hanging up his boots. Somewhere deep down even he knew that given India’s impressive bench strength in the fast-bowling department, getting the India call-up would be next to impossible for him but still he worked hard on his fitness and was able to return to competitive cricket. For the next generation of cricketers..I have chosen to end my first class cricket career. This decision is mine alone, and although I know this will not bring me happiness, it is the right and honorable action to take at this time in my life. I ve cherished every moment . — Sreesanth (@sreesanth36) March 9, 2022 While his wish of donning the India jersey didn’t materialise, the supporters were in awe of the veteran pacer’s never-die attitude and lauded him for at least trying from his end. In his tweet, Sreesanth said he didn’t want to eat up the place of a deserving youngster in the state team and it was perhaps the main reason why he decided to call it quits. His reasoning impressed the supporters a lot and they lavished praise on him for not being selfish and putting the team ahead of himself. I cherish the way you uprooted the stumps to send two batsmen back to the hut in the T20 World cup semi! You were an asset for Indian cricket but like a meteor came and gone! And now, you call it a day! Thank you for entertaining us . Best wishes for the rest of your career. — Praveen Kariyamplavil (@kariyamplavil) March 9, 2022The bouncer to Kallis, the Wickets of Gilchrist and Hayden in the T20 WC, and the catch under tremendous pressure in the final. What an unbelievable impact u had in whatever matches you got an opportunity to play. Your aggression was way ahead of your time . — Shailendra (@calmpacheese) March 10, 2022Congrats on a great career, you made people from Kerala believe they could reach the top of world cricket. Thankyou. — Bharath (@carromball_) March 9, 2022Shantakumaran Sreesanth Andre nel six In the air ...sreesanth takes it...2007 Wc 2011.. West Indies away tests.. 2007 England series win Spells in South Africa CB series 2008... — Ankit Shah (@ankitshah1091) March 9, 2022When I think of you that delivery to Hayden always pops up in my mind. Thank you for entertainment All the best for your next part of your life — Archer (@poserarcher) March 9, 2022Guilty or not you are still one of the best, a legend. Keep the fire alive @BCCI @sreesanth36 pic.twitter.com/c5yQSK9W8Z — The_Dread_Wolf (@TheDreadWolf2) March 10, 2022Thank you so much for your great service to Indian Cricket brother. You are a perfect example of Never Give Up attitude! I am sure there will be many who laughs at your efforts but brother you won millions of hearts by coming back and trying. thank you — Jewel Joy (@j3w3lj0y) March 9, 2022Thank you Champ for the memories you gave to Indian cricket team and fans retiring with 2 ICC world cup it's an absolute great achievement (Many Indian players failed to do same)All the very best for your next journeyJai Hind — kiran velkutty (@kiranvelkutty) March 9, 2022Owing to all the controversies he was involved in, one can’t describe him as a perfect role-model but his grit and determination was definitely something that left a lasting impression on most of the Indian fans. View the full article
  3. The Indian cricket team could not have thought of celebrating New Year’s Eve in a better way than winning their first-ever Test match at the Centurion fortress in Gauteng, South Africa and getting a 1-0 lead in the three-match series that they are in the middle of. However, despite the incredible win, former Indian captain Sunil Gavaskar wants the current Indian skipper in the longest format of the game, to go an extra mile, pick up his phone and give a call for an ex-India cricketer for personal reasons. Virat Kohli's reaction in dressing room after getting out goes viralhttps://t.co/vkDmnlI1GP pic.twitter.com/3wbl06aKi8 — SeaHawk Updates (@SeaHawkUpdates) December 29, 2021 Famously and fondly known as ‘Sunny G’, Gavaskar wants that Kohli calls up Sachin Tendulkar and wish him a ‘Happy New Year’ with the hopes of trying to get him to talk about the time when he refused to play even a single cover drive shot after being dismissed by a ball pitching outside of the off-stump back in 2004, In what is often called the most disciplined inning that Tendulkar had played, the batter refused to go for his favourite shot, the cover drive, after he got dismissed on an outer edge one too many times. As a result of such a conscious effort, the Master Blaster put up an unbeaten 241-run score off 436 balls against the mighty Australian side at the demanding Sydney Cricket Ground. That’s 436 deliveries faced without attempting a single cover drive. Marco Jansen bringing the magic on debut #SAvIND #FreedomTestSeries #BetwayTestSeries #BePartOfIt pic.twitter.com/7cYIorUwsY — Cricket South Africa (@OfficialCSA) December 29, 2021 Same as Tendulkar, even Kohli is going through a similar and very specific slump in which no matter how well he might be playing, somehow he can’t resist the urge to go for the cover drive as soon as the ball it pitched a little outside of the off-stump. More often than not, this lack of resistance gets him packing and walking back to the dressing room. That’s exactly how the skipper got out in the first and the second innings of the first Test at Centurion and that’s how James Anderson dominated him like a veteran does a rookie during India’s unfinished tour of England earlier this year. WOWWWW! @jimmy9 gets Kohli first ball and Trent Bridge is absolutely rocking! Scorecard/Clips: https://t.co/5eQO5BWXUp#ENGvIND pic.twitter.com/g06S0e4GN7 — England Cricket (@englandcricket) August 5, 2021 So the New Year advice from Gavaskar to Kohli is to just call up Tendulkar, learn from what he went through that specific phase of his career and try and implement all those things in his life too, especially if he wishes to finally score that long-awaited 71st century in international cricket. View the full article
  4. On Monday evening, the leader of the Indian bowling attack, Jasprit Bumrah finally opened up about his marriage to TV presenter Sanjana Ganesan while sharing a couple of pictures from the event which was reportedly held in Goa. In a tweet, Bumrah wrote a heartwarming message while also sharing his joy with his fans and followers online. “Love, if it finds you worthy, directs your course.” Steered by love, we have begun a new journey together. Today is one of the happiest days of our lives and we feel blessed to be able to share the news of our wedding and our joy with you. Jasprit & Sanjana pic.twitter.com/EQuRUNa0Xc — Jasprit Bumrah (@Jaspritbumrah93) March 15, 2021 ““Love, if it finds you worthy, directs your course.” Steered by love, we have begun a new journey together. Today is one of the happiest days of our lives and we feel blessed to be able to share the news of our wedding and our joy with you. Jasprit & Sanjana,” wrote the Indian star bowler. And while most of Bumrah’s friends, family members, fans, and teammates made sure they were wishing the right couple on the occasion of their marriage, Mayank Agarwal made a hilarious blunder as he tagged the wrong person in his congratulatory tweet. © Twittter/Mayank Agarwal “Congratulations @Jaspritbumrah93 @ImSanjayBangar Wishing you guys lots of happiness and health together,” wrote the Indian batsman while tagging the Indian cricket team’s former Assistant coach Sanjay Bangar instead of Bumrah’s bride Sanjana Ganesan. Agarwal was quick to realise what had done and took down his tweet within minutes but the social media trolls were even quicker to take screenshots of the hysterical message to troll the 30-year-old, at least for the next couple of days. He then shared a carefully uploaded tweet, this time every both the correct parties of the marriage in his message before posting it online for the world to see. Congratulations @Jaspritbumrah93 @SanjanaGanesan Wishing you happiness and health together ️ — Mayank Agarwal (@mayankcricket) March 15, 2021 “Congratulations @Jaspritbumrah93 @SanjanaGanesan Wishing you happiness and health together,” he wrote. But this was enough content for social media trolls to take Agarwal to town, who found new ways to make fun of him: #JaspritBumrah The Ravi Shastri effect on Mayank Agarwal 🏻‍♂️🤣 pic.twitter.com/VNKr7BJF8X — Lionel Federer Tendulkar (@a_relatable_guy) March 15, 2021Shayad Mayank Agarwal Ne Thodi Ghoont maar li hogi Ravi Shastri ki bottle se#jaspritbumrahmarriage pic.twitter.com/McOU5srIw8 — Akhandbarbaadi (@akhandbarbaadi) March 15, 2021Ravi shastri ke bottle sei 2 sip lene ke baad mayank agarwal#JaspritBumrah #sanjanaganesan pic.twitter.com/1TargEON8I — Guru (@Guru_sikar_wala) March 15, 2021Jasprit Bumrah had taken a sudden leave of absence from his duties as an Indian cricketer ahead of the fourth and final Test of the series, which was a make-or-break match for the Men in Blue if they wished to make it to the World Test Championships against New Zealand in June 2021. A BCCI source later told ANI that Bumrah had taken the leave to get married and that he will not be returning for the rest of England’s tour. Bumrah will now return to cricket during the 14th edition of the Indian Premier League when he helps Mumbai Indians on a journey to becoming the first team ever in the history of the league to win the title for three consecutive times. View the full article
  5. After the first match of the India-England series which took place at Chennai’s Chepauk stadium behind closed doors, the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) and the Tamil Nadu Cricket Association (TNCA) were finally able to allow spectators in a 50% capacity for the second Test. View this post on Instagram Other than the obvious impact that the audience had on the hosts who came back swinging in Test 2 after a devastating blow in the first, the fans also added value to the visiting side, especially the England wicket-keeper Ben Foakes. The middle-order batsman and arguably the best pair of hands behind the stumps for Joe Root, Foakes turns 28-year old today and the Chennai crowd wanted to make the day special for the Colchester born, even while being away from home. Happy Birthday Ben Foakes#knowledgableChennaicrowd pic.twitter.com/n69szG2uNm — Heisenberg (@internetumpire) February 15, 2021 Appreciating the Englishman, the Chepauk crowd broke out the traditional “Happy Birthday” song on Day 3 of the second Test while the man was on duty with the gloves and Indian skipper Virat Kohli and Ravichandran Ashwin were on their way to a 100-run partnership. Indian fans who were present at the venue and those online, forgot the rivalry for a few moments and joined in on the celebration. Chepauk crowd has always been sporting and entertaining. Even after that 1999 defeat, they clapped for Pakistan win! — Avinash Jha 🇮🇳 (@Avinash_GIM) February 15, 2021Advantage of having young spectators , they also cheered Broad when he dived . — shubham shrivastava (@smileyexaminer) February 15, 2021it's a Chepauk thing. Chennai crowd recognises and appreciates good cricket. and also a very humble crowd. Proud of my city — TommyTuchy 🇬🇧 (@LilTuchy_Chels) February 15, 2021Best crowd in India, Crowd that enjoys cricket. #fact. knowledgeable — The Cridator (@frankyydanyy) February 15, 2021The Chennai crowd has shown the true spirit of the game in appreciating great cricket when they see it. Yes, they were happy for Rohit Sharma’s 161-run innings and cheered in unison when Kohli and local-lad ‘Ashwin Anna’ both achieved their back to back half-tons but they also acknowledged Foakes for his lightning-fast reflexes as the keeper. Foakes has been simply brilliant for Root, especially in the first session of the third day. With some exceptional level of pitch awareness (which given the condition of the Chepauk turf, makes it even more impressive), the keeper stumped Rohit Sharma and Rishabh Pant and ran-out Cheteshwar Pujara within a span of 30 minutes. He’d also been an absolute wall, not allowing any delivery to get past him while saving some potential extras. He’s used his feet, his body and palmed some tricky deliveries with just one glove on numerous occasions, thoroughly entertaining the crowd. View the full article
  6. Kuldeep Yadav has turned 26 and the Indian cricketing fraternity did their best to make the Chinaman feel special on his big day. It all started when the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) released the highlights from his exceptional hat-trick versus the West Indies in the ODI back in December 2019 on Twitter. 88 intl. caps 🧢 168 intl. wickets ️ Fastest Indian spinner to 100 ODI wickets First Indian to take two hat-tricks in international cricket Wishing #TeamIndia's @imkuldeep18 a very happy birthday Let's relive his hat-trick against West Indies ️ — BCCI (@BCCI) December 14, 2020 “8 intl. caps Billed cap 168 intl. wickets Up pointing index Fastest Indian spinner to 100 ODI wickets Ok hand First Indian to take two hat-tricks in international cricket Fire Wishing #TeamIndia's @imkuldeep18 a very happy birthday,” wrote the Indian cricket board from their social media handle. His Indian Premier League (IPL) franchise Kolkata Knight Riders also joined in: Our very own spin machine turns 26 today Wishing @imkuldeep18 a very #HappyBirthday. Keep shining! #KKR #Kuldeep pic.twitter.com/ug3Wn3bZNy — KolkataKnightRiders (@KKRiders) December 14, 2020 "Our very own spin machine turns 26 today. Wishing @imkuldeep18 a very #HappyBirthday. Keep shining," they wrote. Kuldeep's former India and Uttar Pradesh teammate Suresh Raina, who retired a couple of months ago, posted his wishes on social media. Wish you a very Happy Birthday @imkuldeep18 .. Have a wonderful day my brother and a superb year ahead pic.twitter.com/M2iCscXvq7 — Suresh Raina🇮🇳 (@ImRaina) December 14, 2020 "Wish you a very Happy Birthday @kuldeep_18 .. Have a wonderful day my brother and a superb year ahead," wrote Raina. Meanwhile, the fans of the Chinaman too shared some personal messages on Twitter and hoped to see him in the squad soon: Happy Birthday @imkuldeep18 last some months not going good for you, but hope you'll get chance in blue jersey as early as possible team management needs to show believe in you, specially in ODI — Aash Mehta (@iamaashmehta) December 14, 2020Happy birthday to a successful spinner bowler of India god bless you , I wish your cricketing carrier go more successful for India @imkuldeep18 @BCCI — SHRUTI KISHOR JADHAV (@KimayaKishor) December 14, 2020Happy Birthday Kuldeep. India needs you back going great guns. Left Arm Wrist spinners are very rare and shall be looked after and preserved well. We wish you well. — Nordic_CricPundits (@CricPundits) December 14, 2020 View the full article
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