The Indian team is currently playing the multi-national Asia Cup in U.A.E. There are many star players from India who’re not part of the mega event. Seamer Jasprit Bumrah is also not part of the tournament due to a back injury. Bumrah’s wife Sanjana Ganesan, recently, shared a throwback photograph of the couple on Twitter on Monday.
However, the photograph didn’t go down well with one fan who commented “waha ind ki ma bahin pade hui hai or yeh ghum rahe” which translates to ‘India are losing matches in Asia Cup and you guys are enjoying vacation’. The comment quickly grabbed the attention of Ganesan who wasted no time to shut down the troller. She replied, “throwback photo hai dikhta hai nahi hai kya, chomu aadmi?” which translates to ‘It’s a throwback photo, can’t you see it stupid person.’
Here’s the photograph:
— Sanjana Ganesan (@SanjanaGanesan) September 5, 2022
OH MY GAWD ??? pic.twitter.com/9F7lYLOYUE
— Sritama (Ross Taylor’s version) (@cricketpun_duh) September 5, 2022
The couple tied the knot on March 15, 2021, in a destination wedding in Goa. Their wedding photos were widely loved by users all across the internet. Post their wedding, the couple was also seen together in an interview before the WTC final in 2021. During the interview, Ganesan asked Bumrah to comment on their wedding picture and the Indian speedster won the heart of fans as he shared his memories from the big day.
Meanwhile, the Indian team is badly missing their leader of the attack after they lost a close game against Pakistan on Sunday. Bumrah is expected to return to the team before the upcoming 20-20 world cup in Australia. Having made his debut in 2016, the seamer has made rapid progress in his career.
He became the first Asian seamer to pick five-wicket hauls in South Africa, West Indies, Australia and England in Tests. He also became the second Indian bowler to pick a hat trick in Test cricket during the tour of West Indies in 2019. The 28-year-old will play a big role for India in the upcoming world cup as the ‘Men in Blue look’ to clinch the coveted title after their first stage exit from the tournament last year.