In a heartwarming pre-Valentine’s Day gesture, Indian cricketer Jasprit Bumrah took to social media on Monday to share a delightful moment with his wife, Sanjana Ganesan. The couple featured in a special post in collaboration with a brand, showcasing their relaxation session at a salon.
The post quickly garnered attention across social media platforms, earning praise from fans for the couple’s endearing chemistry. However, amidst the flood of positive comments, one fan attempted to fat-shame Sanjana Ganesan with the remark, “Bhabhi moti lg rhi hai” (Sister-in-law is looking fat).
Responding to the troll with a touch of wit and class, Sanjana Ganesan delivered a sharp retort: “school ki science textbook toh yaad hoti nahi hai tumse, bada auraton ke bodies ke baare mein comment kar raho. Bhaago yaha se..” (You can’t even memorise the science textbooks from school and here you are commenting on female body shapes, scoot from here).
Here’s the post of Jasprit Bumrah on Instagram:
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During the interval between Test matches, India’s vice-captain Jasprit Bumrah took a break to unwind and cherish moments with his family. He shared a heartening selfie on his Instagram, featuring himself alongside his wife, Sanjana Ganesan.
The post offered fans a peek into the star Indian pacer’s personal life, showcasing the strong bond he shares with his partner. In the caption, he expressed his delight in spending quality time with his loved ones amid his demanding cricketing commitments. Alongside the picture, he wrote: “Happiness is here”.
Bumrah’s terrific outing in second Test against England
India’s sensational pacer delivered a remarkable Test performance against England in the second match of the series held in India. His exceptional bowling display earned him the prestigious Player of the Match award and widespread recognition from the cricketing fraternity. The yorker specialist’s stellar performance included claiming 6 wickets in the first innings and 3 in the second, playing a pivotal role in India’s triumph by 106 runs, thus levelling the 5-match series at 1-1.