6 Lesser-Known Facts About Jasprit Bumrah’s Would-Be Wife Sanjana Ganesan

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India’s sensational bowler Jasprit Bumrah, who is currently on a break, has been making a lot of news lately. If rumors are to be believed then the Indian pacer is all set to get hitched to the sports presenter Sanjana Ganesan.

Well, it was just a few days ago that a source from the BCCI revealed that the 27-year-old bowler took a break to prepare for his wedding. As soon as the news came out, his fans took social media by storm and started to guess who the mystery woman could be?

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A couple of names, including the name of actress Anupama Parameswaran, started floating on social media as to whom the 27-year-old pacer is going to tie the knots with. While it has been confirmed by Anupama’s mother that the rumor isn’t true, on the other hand, there are several reports that state that sports presenter Sanjana Ganesan is the one.

Who is Sanjana Ganesan?:

Sanjana Ganesan is one of the most popular sports presenters. Here, in this article, we bring you a few lesser-known facts about Jasprit’s would-be wife. Have a look:

1. Sanjana is a famous face of Star Sports.

2. She has been hosting the shows for IPL, ICC Cricket World Cup, and Pro Badminton League.

3. Besides this, Sanjana has been Miss India 2014 finalist.

4. She was also a part of the MTV reality-based show Splitsvilla hosted by Sunny Leone and Rannvijay Singha.

5. She is a big fan of SRK’s IPL franchise Kolkata Knight Riders and is often seen cheering for the team.

6. Sanjana is also the anchor of KKR’s special show titled ‘Knights Club’

7. As soon as the news of their wedding went viral, an old tweet of Sanjana has been going viral on social media. Here, check out the Tweet:

Talking about their rumored wedding, about which very little is known- it is expected that it will happen in Goa. Bumrah is expected to travel to Mumbai first with his mother and sister. According to reports, only a few family members will attend the wedding because of the Coronavirus restrictions.

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