Shah Rukh Khan’s recent remark regarding Virat Kohli has quickly become a sensation across various social media platforms. During his interactive ‘AskSRK’ session on X (formerly known as Twitter), where he engages with his dedicated followers, the renowned Bollywood actor expressed his warm sentiments towards the Indian cricket icon, Virat Kohli. Shah Rukh Khan’s words resonated deeply with his fan base.
In response to a question concerning Kohli, Shah Rukh Khan extended his heartfelt wishes for Kohli’s well-being. He went further, affectionately referring to the Indian cricket sensation as a ‘damaad’ or son-in-law, endearing himself to the fans of both Kohli and Bollywood.
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This affectionate connection between Shah Rukh Khan and Kohli was forged partly through the actor’s collaboration with Kohli’s wife, the accomplished actress Anushka Sharma. Their paths had crossed during the Indian Premier League, enhancing their camaraderie.
On a different note, in the world of cricket, Mitchell Marsh’s blazing innings of 96 stood out in an Australian batting onslaught that accumulated a commanding 352-7 against India. This display of aggression ignited hopes of a potential consolation victory for Australia in the third and final one-day international match held in Rajkot.
Marsh’s fierce assault on the Indian bowlers was marked by fruitful partnerships, notably a substantial second-wicket alliance of 137 runs with Steve Smith, who contributed 74 runs to the team’s total. The decision to bat first, made by the touring Australian team, proved fruitful as they received a boost from the return of fit-again players Mitchell Starc and Glenn Maxwell.
This bolstered their prospects of avoiding a whitewash in the series, which the hosts led 2-0. Their eyes were firmly set on the upcoming ODI World Cup in India. Australia’s top-order batsmen made a significant impact, with Marsh, David Warner (scoring 56), Smith, and Marnus Labuschagne (notching 72) all making substantial contributions towards a colossal total that appeared poised to breach the 400-run mark before India staged a comeback.
Jasprit Bumrah, India’s fast bowling spearhead, claimed three wickets, while the left-arm wrist spinner Kuldeep Yadav chipped in with two wickets, showcasing India’s resilience in the face of a formidable Australian batting display.