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Fans Are Trolling Dhanashree Verma On Her Latest Picture With Shreyas Iyer

Fans Are Trolling Dhanashree Verma On Her Latest Picture With Shreyas Iyer: Indian pacer Shardul Thakur has become the latest player to get married this wedding season as the 31-year-old tied the knot with long-time friend Mittali Parulkar. Several traditional functions like Haldi, Sangeet, and even a modern-themed pool party took place before the wedding scheduled for Monday, 27 February.

The wedding ceremonies were attended by several cricketers and their partners. Pictures and videos from Thakur’s sangeet have gone viral on the internet.

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Dhanashree Verma’s Latest Picture Has Started A Meme Fest

Meanwhile, Dhanashree Verma‘s latest Instagram picture from the sangeet ceremony of Shardul Thakur has become the talk of social media as fans are busy speculating why Indian spinner Yuzvendra Chahal, husband of Dhanashree is not there in the picture.

Dhanashree shared a group picture with the groom Shardul Thakur on Monday along with Shreyas Iyer, India captain Rohit Sharma and his wife Ritika Sajdeh. The picture went viral in no time and it has been making rounds on the internet ever since then. However, the fans are in complete confusion why Chahal is not attending the wedding ceremonies.

Check out the picture shared by Dhanashree:


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While speculating fans also came up with hilarious memes and jokes. Check out some of the best memes we found on the internet:



Yuzvendra Chahal Is Currently At NCA Bangalore

While the fans are busy speculating the whereabouts of Chahal, the star bowler is currently at the National Cricket Academy (NCA) as he sweats it out before the start of the ODI series against Australia. Chahal shared stories and pictures on Instagram with fellow teammate Umran Malik, who is also preparing for the upcoming ODI series.

The ODI format is all set to kickstart on 19th March. The 1st ODI will take place at YS Raja Reddy Cricket Stadium in Andhra Pradesh.