Yuzvendra Chahal Shares Pictures From ‘Haldi’ Ceremony With Dhanashree Verma. See Pics | Cricket News

Yuzvendra Chahal Shares Pictures From ‘Haldi’ Ceremony With Dhanashree Verma. See Pics | Cricket News

December 24, 2020 Off By admin

Yuzvendra Chahal shared photos from the ‘haldi’ ceremony with Dhanashree Verma.© Yuzvendra Chahal/Instagram

Yuzvendra Chahal shared photos from his haldi ceremony – a ritual that often precedes a wedding – the place he may be seen together with his spouse Dhanashree Verma and others. “It was all yellow,” Chahal captioned the publish on Instagram. Chahal and Dhanashree tied the knot on Tuesday, December 22. The cricketer had additionally shared photos from the wedding ceremony on Tuesday. Chahal, 30, received engaged to Dhanashree in August this yr and the 2 received married after Chahal returned from Australia, the place he performed within the limited-overs leg of India’s 2020-21 tour. 

Chahal and spouse Dhanashree, who’s a content material creator, are fairly energetic on social media and have shared fairly a number of posts over the previous few months. 

Chahal’s India teammates Shikhar Dhawan, Yuvraj Singh, and Suresh Raina amongst others in addition to the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) and Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB), the group Chahal turned out for within the Indian Premier League (IPL) 2020, wished the cricketer on his marriage. 

Chahal, a leg-spinner, made his worldwide debut in 2016 in a One-day International towards Zimbabwe and has performed 54 ODIs and 45 Twenty20 Internationals for India to this point. 

He has 92 wickets in ODIs and 59 in T20Is. In the IPL, he has been a mainstay for RCB as their lead spin bowler. 


Chahal has 121 IPL wickets from 99 matches and completed the 2020 season with 21 wickets from 15 matches whilst RCB had been eradicated within the playoffs. 

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Chahal’s subsequent function in worldwide cricket could possibly be the limited-overs leg of England’s tour to India in March 2021.

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