KL Rahul responds with witty reply to Punjabi actress’ post
While Rahul's erstwhile links have been clarified, another possible linkage has come to the fore.
Updated - Jul 1, 2018 5:06 pm
KL Rahul has been linked with quite a few actresses over the past couple of years. Earlier this year, rumors of him dating Elixir Nahar, a professional model, sparked. The duo shared pictures of theirs on the social media platform pretty frequently. Nahar was seen conducting promos of Ticket Genie, the official partner of the Royal Challengers Bangalore during this year’s Indian Premier League.
A couple of months ago in May, the Indian cricketer was spotted coming out of an eatery with Nidhhi Agerwal, a Bollywood actress, who made her movie debut in the Tiger Shroff-starrer ‘Munna Michael’. Their pictures went viral in no time and they became the talk of the town. Following their association rumors, the actress came out with a clarification and told that they knew each other for a long time.
Moreover, she also mentioned that it was a casual meet. Rahul also cleared the air saying that he will make everyone aware whenever he gets into a relationship. While Rahul’s erstwhile links have been clarified, another possible linkage has come to the fore.
Sonam Bajwa, a popular Punjabi actress, is an active participant in the social media with around 2.1 million followers on Instagram. She posted a picture with a message, which read, “Watching sunset and thinking of you,”
Here is Sonam Bajwa’s post
Rahul was quick to spot the post and came up with a flirtatious reply. He wrote “Just a call away @sonambajwa,”
Here is the screenshot of Rahul’s message
Earlier, Sonam Bajwa uploaded another post with a message, ‘Date tonight,’ to which the Indian batsman turned out with a cheeky response. The heroine also responded to Rahul’s reply.
Here is the screenshot of their erstwhile conversation
Rahul’s schedule on the cricket pitch
From the cricketing perspective, he had a stupendous stint for the Kings XI Punjab and the rich vein of form ensured that he was drafted into the Indian T20I and ODI squad for their tour of Ireland and England. He didn’t get an opportunity in the first match versus Gary Wilson’s men in Malahide.
He was drafted in place of Shikhar Dhawan in the second match at the same venue and he didn’t let his team down. The right-hander scored a superlative 70 runs from 36 balls and also bagged the Man of the Match award. The 26-year old cricketer will now be hoping to replicate his performances in England as well.