Athiya Shetty’s dad Suniel Shetty reacts to KL Rahul’s Instagram post with daughter
This reaction has surprised a few fans of Rahul.
by Vinay Author
Published - Dec 28, 2019 2:33 pm | Updated - Dec 28, 2019 2:33 pm
KL Rahul is one of the most followed cricketers on social media not only because he is a talented cricketer but also he enjoys a fantastic lifestyle off the field. Right from appearing on talk shows to having tattoos and partying worldwide, Rahul has done it all. The right-handed opener has even received a lot of criticism from the fans because of his lifestyle but Rahul has shown that he pays no attention to what others say.
Recently, the Indian player sparked the rumors of his relationship with Bollywood actress, Athiya Shetty by posting a picture with the Bollywood actress on his Instagram handle. In the photograph, the duo can be seen posing for a candid where Rahul is holding the receiver of an old generation telephone while Athiya is smiling towards the camera. The photo has gone viral on the internet as it has already fetched 5 lakh likes and nearly 3,000 comments.
Suniel Shetty leaves a comment on KL Rahul’s Instagram post
While KL Rahul and Athiya Shetty have kept everyone guessing about their relationship, Athiya’s father Suniel Shetty has now decided to involve himself in the mix as he left an interesting comment filled with emojis on Rahul’s post.
This reaction has surprised a few fans of Rahul because this comment all but confirms that there is something brewing between the Indian cricketer and Bollywood diva.
KL Rahul’s current form
The last few years have been incredible for KL Rahul as he has cemented his spot in the Indian limited overs team. He had been a regular opener for India in Tests as well, however, a dip in his form led to his ouster from the longest format of the game. His Karnataka mate, Mayank Agarwal has taken his position in the Indian Test team. On the other side, Rahul has continued to impress in ODIs and T20Is. He has continued his fine form of the IPL in the second half of 2019.
The right-handed batsman had scored his first World Cup hundred earlier this year and recently, he stitched multiple magnificent partnerships with Rohit Sharma at the top to dismantle the bowlers in the series against West Indies.