Lovely conversation between Jasprit Bumrah and Sanjana Ganesan


Team India's leading pacer Jasprit Bumrah got married to the TV Anchor Sanjana Ganesan last month. Both the couples shared a lot of fun during the wedding which we witnessed through their Instagram posts.

The wedding function was held in Goa and no one from the Indian team joined the ceremony as they were engaged in the series against England. Both of them have been their best in their department as Sanjana Ganesan is an experienced TV anchor who met the pacer in a show with her.

Jasprit Bumrah is the best bowler for India who has the ability to go through any best batting line-up and can contain runs in the death overs of the game. After getting married, Jasprit Bumrah and Sanjana having fun on the posts that they post on social media platforms.

Jasprit Bumrah and Sanjana Ganesan's conversation on Instagram

Sanjana Ganesan posted a photo of her on Instagram with the caption

"Memories worth a lifetime & then some."

Jasprit Bumrah was quick to react and wrote "The person clicking the picture is really good."

After that, Jasprit Bumrah caught the attention of his wife as she soon replied to his comment "That’s why I married him."

The conversation between these couples won the heart of the fans and gone viral on social media platforms.

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What's next for Jasprit Bumrah?

The 27-year-old is preparing himself ahead of the 14th edition of the Indian Premier League which is going to commence in a few days.

The five-time champions Mumbai Indians will face the Kohli-led Royal Challengers Bangalore in the opening game on April 9 at MA Chidambaram Stadium in Chennai.

According to the head to head records, both teams have faced each other in 29 games as Mumbai Indians taking the lead with 19 wins whereas Royal Challengers Bangalore has won only 10 out of them.

Mumbai Indians will look to hit the hat-trick by clinching the title for the third time and RCB on the other hand are yet to lay their hands on the Trophy.