Disha Patani Shared The Name Of Her Favorite Indian Cricketer

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The Indian cricket team is currently riding in success after defeating New Zealand with complete whitewash in the just concluded T20I series by 5-0. It was a complete delight to watch the Indian cricket team brutally defeating the New Zealanders by giving brilliant performances in all three departments of the game.
Ahead of the final T20I match between India and New Zealand, Bollywood stars Disha Patani, Aditya Roy Kapoor, Anil Kapoor, and Kunal Khemu discussed cricket and Bollywood at the pre-match show hosted by the match’s official broadcast partner Star Sports. All four of them have been busy with the promotions of their upcoming movie ‘Malang’.
Bollywood diva, Disha Patani who has been ruling the hearts of her millions of fans because of her hot looks and stunning appearances talked about her favorite cricketer and the cricketer who seems to have bowled her is none other than Jasprit Bumrah. Talking about Bumrah, she said:
“If I had to pick a matchwinning player, it would be Jasprit Bumrah. He is one of the finest players we have. It will be a proud moment for all of us on February 2, while Bumrah takes down the Kiwis,”
Anil Kapoor revealed that like millions of people, his favorite cricketer is also the Indian skipper. Calling him ‘Sabka boss’ Anil Kapoor said:
Virat Kohli is ‘sabka boss’! His passion steals the game from any opponent. The Malang cast will celebrate India’s victory, post-match”
Kunal Khemu was all praises for the vice-captain, Rohit Sharma. Praising the batting skills of Rohit Sharma, Kunal called him a batting maestro. He said:
“Rohit Sharma is the ‘hitman’ of Team India — his confidence on the pitch is remarkable. He’s a batting maestro who fearlessly attempts big shots and successfully scores match-winning runs for the team,”
And finally, Aditya Roy Kapur picked the sensational KL Rahul as his favorite. He said:
 “outstanding all-round cricketer, so easy on the eye” he added: “He (Rahul) makes watching the game a pleasure. Can’t wait to watch India take on New Zealand in this last one.”