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These Indian cricketers love flying kites, surprised to know the name

News Crab 2020-01-13 12:00:51
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The festival of Makar Sakranti is very close. This festival is celebrated with great pomp throughout the year of India. It also marks the arrival of spring in India. The festival is celebrated in various cities such as Pongal in Tamil Nadu, Bihu in Assam, Maghi in Punjab and Sankranti in Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh and Maharashtra. People have different beliefs about celebrating the festival.



People fly kites on this day and there is a lot of crazes to fly kites in celebrities along with common people. Today we are going to tell you about those cricketers who love to fly kites. So let's know about those players.





Virat Kohli


Whenever Virat Kohli comes into the field, he wins the hearts of all with his stormy batting. But he is also fond of flying kites. Once when the kite fell at the Feroz Shah Kotla ground in Delhi, he got his attention on that kite and Virat took the kite in his hand. During this, Virat flew all over the field by putting a thread in the kite.





Irfan Pathan


Irfan Pathan is a man of many talents. His bowling skills have indeed made him popular in cricket, but you cannot challenge him even in kite flying. He had revealed that he loves flying kites.





Shikhar Dhawan



Shikhar Dhawan, a man with talent ranging from cricket to music, also showed his talent at the Feroz Shah Kotla ground in Delhi and flown the kite extremely well. This is the matter for 2019. He enjoyed Manja and kite quite a lot.





Ms dhoni


Dhoni is also one of the cricketers who loves flying kites. Dhoni has earned a name in the cricket world but his hobbies include flying kites.





Saurabh Ganguly



Saurabh Ganguly was once asked about the 1983 World Cup won by India when he said, "I was flying a kite on my roof and listening to live commentary on the radio." This shows that the magic of flying kites speaks through their heads.



So now you must have understood that as much as we like to fly kites, Indian players also like to fly kites.



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