Sagarika Ghatge Shared A ‘Twinning’ Picture With Yuvraj Singh And Made Hazel Keech Very Jealous


The Mumbai reception of Virat Kohli and Anushka Sharma’s wedding was one of the most star-studded events we have ever seen. Almost every big name from Indian cricket and Bollywood attended the event and showered their love and blessings on newly-wedded Virushka.

Virushka’s Mumbai reception was also a sort of get-together for Indian cricket as many former and present day cricketers came to attend the party of the Indian cricket team captain.

Anil Kumble, who, according to media reports, doesn’t have a very good relationship with Virat Kohli after he was shockingly asked to step down as Indian Cricket Team’s head coach by BCCI earlier this year, also attended the reception with his wife.

All the young guns like Kuldeep Yadav, Jaydev Unadkat, Sheyash Iyer and others also attended the reception and posed for the shutterbugs.

Virat Kohli’s best buddies in the team, or as call them ‘Punjabi gang’ of Indian cricket team were in full form at the function. Yuvraj Singh, who is the biggest prankster of Team India, was also present at the reception and he was looking dashing as ever in a red Indian outfit.

Yuvraj Singh and Virat Kohli are very good friends and we have seen their friendship grow over the years. Both are Punjabi boys and have a great sense of humour. And, like true Punjabis, Virat and Yuvi don’t mind trolling each other on camera during interviews or on social media.

Coming back to Virushka’s Mumbai reception, Yuvraj Singh and Zaheer Khan’s wife Sagarika Ghatge wore dresses of same colour and Sagarika even shared a picture on the Instagram and captioned it: “#twinning with Mr Singh @yuvisofficial – Missed you @hazelkeechofficial . Pic courtesy @zaheer_khan34”

Yuvraj Singh’s wife Hazel Keech didn’t attend the function due to some reason but she saw the picture and made a “typical biwi” comment.

Hazel Keech commented: “I feel like I should have had a matching outfit with Zaheer Khan to keep up with the equilibrium.”