The former Indian batsman Mohammed Kaif wished his wife Pooja in a very cheeky fashion on his marriage anniversary on Wednesday.
With COVID-19 pandemic wreaking havoc all over the world, the Indian government has imposed a lockdown on the country for the next three weeks.
Everything except the essential services has been put on hold with no sport or other entertainment activities going around.
All the celebrities, as well as the sportspersons, have to stay behind closed doors, just like a common man. While lockdown is not easy on anyone, Kaif saw the lighter side of it on his anniversary.
In a tweet dedicated to his wife Pooja, Kaif wrote that he has been in lockdown with her for the last 9 years.
Kaif, who is 39 years of age at the moment, is retired from all formats of the game and is into commentating and coaching.
While he can often be heard commentating for Star Sports network, he is also the assistant coach of the IPL franchise Delhi Capitals.
Check out his tweet, here:
— Mohammad Kaif (@MohammadKaif) March 25, 2020
Kaif played a bit of competitive cricket earlier this month in the road safety world series. He looked quite agile on the field among all the players who took part in that tournament.
His speed across the turf was still very good and he took some outstanding catches in the tournament.
Kaif, a couple of days ago, had received a lot of flak from the Islamic extremists for clapping from his balcony for the healthcare workers on the day of “Janta Curfew” in India.
The Islamists slammed Kaif for getting involved in mass clapping when he should have actually been reading Namaz.
Kaif is one of those Muslim cricketers who are married to a Hindu girl. The veteran has had a very successful and happy married life till now.