Two ‘Bollywood Diva’ came in discussion on Shubman Gill’s double century … have dated Batter


New Delhi, Opening batsman Shubman Gill hit a century during the ODI match being played against New Zealand at the Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium in Hyderabad. Gill not only got Team India out of trouble by playing an innings of 208 runs, but also played an important role in setting a mammoth target of 350 runs in front of the Kiwis. This is the second double century scored by the Indian team in ODI cricket within a month. Earlier, Ishaan Kishan had also scored a double century on the Bangladesh tour at the end of last year.

Team India has made a great start to the year of the ODI World Cup. Earlier, Sri Lanka was also defeated by India 3-0 in the ODI series. After whitewashing the Lankan team, now Rohit Sharma’s captaincy team is trying to do something similar against New Zealand. If he is successful in doing this, then he will come in the first place in the ranking of ODI cricket.

The past one year has been great for Shubman Gill. This is the reason why Gill was not replaced in the opening after Ishaan’s double century in Bangladesh. After Gill’s double century, there are bound to be discussions about him on social media, but along with him, two famous stars named ‘Sara’ also remain a topic of discussion on social media. Let us tell you the whole story behind it.
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Sara Tendulkar’s name was associated with Shubman Gill

The name of Sarah Tendulkar, daughter of master blaster Sachin Tendulkar, has been associated with Shubman Gill continuously in the last few years. Earlier both have also followed each other on Instagram. After Gill’s brilliant innings, Sara Tendulkar’s Instagram stories had made a lot of headlines in the last few years. This is the reason why fans are trolling Sara Tendulkar along with Shubman Gill at this time. Sara Tendulkar is yet to make her Bollywood debut but she is trying to make a name for herself in the entertainment industry.

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