Shikhar Dhawan pokes fun at ‘Aashiq’ Bhuvneshwar Kumar

Shikhar Dhawan pokes fun at ‘Aashiq’ Bhuvneshwar Kumar

Bhuvneshwar posted a romantic picture with wife Nupur Nagar.

Bhuvneshwar Kumar and Nupur Nagar
Bhuvneshwar Kumar and Nupur Nagar. (Photo Source: Instagram)

Bhuvneshwar Kumar had a tough time in the recently concluded 2019 World Cup. His journey in the mega event was marred by injuries and indifferent form. The 29-year-old pacer played six matches in the tournament in which he picked up 10 wickets. His best figures of 3/43 came in the semi-final against New Zealand at the Old Trafford in Manchester, though it couldn’t help India win.

In the match versus Pakistan at the same venue, he developed a hamstring injur.y and missed out on three matches. The Meerut-born bowler walked off the park gingerly and later was ruled out for a couple of games, adding to his team’s agony. The mega event is already done and dusted with and Bhuvneshwar’s next assignment may be in the upcoming tour of the West Indies.

In the meantime, he is spending some gala time with his wife Nupur Nagar, to whom he has been married since November 2017. Nagar has accompanied her husband on overseas tours in a number of instances. Recently, Bhuvneshwar posted a romantic picture of theirs on social media.

In the click, the sweethearts can be seen striking a scintillating pose. The love and wonder in their eyes for each other was pretty evident and that defined their chemistry, giving a couple of goals to many. The sun in between them and the sea in the backdrop added to the serenity of the ethereal moment.

Here is Bhuvneshwar’s post


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Shikhar Dhawan, who’s married to Ayesha Dhawan, knows a thing or two about romance. The southpaw poked fun at Bhuvneshwar for his adorable post. He replied to the post and wrote, “Haye mera Aashiq,”

As far as Dhawan’s journey in the World Cup is concerned, he floundered against South Africa at the Rose Bowl in Southampton. But he turned up with a superlative century versus Australia at the Kennington Oval in London that helped India win the game by 46 runs.

Nevertheless, the rub of the green didn’t favour him. He was hit on the thumb by a bouncer from Pat Cummins and he was thereafter ruled out of the tournament. His exclusion left a massive void and KL Rahul had to open the batting alongside with Rohit Sharma at the top of the order.