One of the gorgeous presenters in the field of cricket, Pakistan’s Zainab Abbas, recently read out her mean tweets from her followers on Twitter. Zainab is an active personality on social media and has a large number of followers all over Instagram and Twitter.

The ravishing anchor stole all the limelight after the 2016 edition of Pakistan Super League (PSL). Since then, Zainab has been a popular figure in Pakistan cricket, hosting popular talk shows such as Cricket Dewangi.

Zainab after celebrating her birthday, read out some of the mean tweets from her fans. One of the fans, hilariously wished her on her 46 birthday, intending to veil the troll on her being aged.

Zainab Abbas. Credits: Instagram

To which Zainab replied by saying, “40 is the new 30,” and reiterated the common phrase of, “You’re only as old as you feel,”. Abbas received a substantial amount of flak from the Indian cricket fans on Twitter last year.

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There was a rumor which spread like wildfire during the Champions Trophy regarding the curse of Zainab Abbas’ selfies. According to the myth, whichever player the presenter clicked the selfie with, got dismissed on a knot.

Before the game against South Africa during the Champions Trophy, Zainab clicked a selfie with AB de Villiers. Before the finals of Champions Trophy in 2017, she clicked a picture with star batsman Virat Kohli.

Zainab in England. Credits: Dawn

Consequently, both batsmen were dismissed for a knot in the matches. Keeping this rumor alive, one of her followers prayed to the almighty for the fate of Peshawar Zalmis in the PSL this season as she clicked a selfie with the entire team.

Zainab Abbas dusted off the allegation by claiming that the curse works only for the opposition and not for Pakistan. The face of PSL then answered several queries about her ambitions of featuring in Bollywood or a citizenship in India.

Here’s the entire interaction

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