Salman Khan Posts Brilliant Reply After Team India Watches Bharat Movie
The ongoing World Cup seems to have not put any pressure on Team India. Despite the huge task lying in front of them, the players have looked calm and composed which is a remarkable quality to have. Just a few days before their World Cup-opener, the players had enjoyed a game of paintball. And in their latest outing, they went out together to watch Salman Khan-starrer Bharat.
Kedar Jadhav took to Twitter to post a snap when he was accompanied by his teammates for the movie. Jadhav had gone to watch the newly released movie along with Hardik Pandya, MS Dhoni, KL Rahul, and Shikhar Dhawan. Taking inspiration from the movie’s title, Jadhav wrote:
“BHARAT KI TEAM ❤️ BHARAT MOVIE KE BAAD 🎬 @hardikpandya7 @msdhoni @klrahul11 @SDhawan25 @atulreellife @BeingSalmanKhan @aliabbaszafar @nikhilnamit @Bharat_TheFilm”
— IamKedar (@JadhavKedar) June 12, 2019
Salman Khan took note of the tweet and he posted a brilliant reply. Calling the Indian team Bharat Team, the Bollywood superstar wished luck to the team for the World Cup, writing:
“Thank you Bharat team for liking Bharat… shukriya bhaiyon for watching #Bharat in England…best wishes for the upcoming matches… pura #Bharat apke sath hai… #BharatJeetega”
— Salman Khan (@BeingSalmanKhan) June 12, 2019
Team India, meanwhile, have made a solid start to the World Cup. In their first two games so far, they have thrashed South Africa and Australia to prove their title credentials. In the last outing, India beat Australia by 36-runs in a high-scoring encounter in London. Batting first, India posted a mammoth total of 352 for 5 with Shikhar Dhawan’s ton leading the way. Virat Kohli, Rohit Sharma and Hardik Pandya also played crucial knocks. In reply, Australia were all out for 316.
The Men in Blue will next take on New Zealand on Thursday. New Zealand are currently at the top of the points table with 3 wins from as many games.
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