Is Yuzvendra Chahal's fiancee Dhanashree Verma the selfie queen?
First Published Dec 1, 2020, 12:39 PM IST
Yuzvendra Chahal is currently in Australia, on Team India duty, where he seems to be struggling to make an impact. He is presently engaged to Dhanashree Verma, who happens to be a choreographer and a YouTuber, as they keep sharing their pictures on social media.
Indian leg-spinner Yuzvendra Chahal is not off to his best starts in Australia, where he is currently serving Team India. The side has lost the ODI series, despite Chahal coming off a decent performance in the just-concluded Indian Premier League (IPL). Nonetheless, it does not seem to be the case with Chahal in his personal life.
It was earlier this year when Chahal had got engaged to his longtime girlfriend Dhanashree Verma, who happens to be a choreographer and a YouTuber. The two were also seen together in the United Arab Emirates (UAE), where Chahal was on IPL duty, with Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB).
The two kept sharing pictures regularly. Recently, it was Chahal, who shared another photo of his with her would-be wife. It seems like it was clicked in the UAE, as Dhanashree has apparently not travelled to Australia with him.
The picture happens to be a selfie clicked by Dhanashree, while they are seen at a beach. Chahal captioned the photo on Instagram with two heart emojis, while Dhanashree replied, "What a selfie... such a pro".
Chahal had shared a similar picture on the same beach with Dhanashree, where both are seen sharing a light moment.
Earlier, during the IPL, the couple had shared a picture of theirs on a boat, during an RCB afterparty.
They had also clicked a picture together in Dubai Palm Jumeirah, where Chahal was seen cuddling with Dhanashree.
Chahal is having a tough time in Australia, in the ODIs, where he has been India's most expensive bowler. In two ODIs, he has given away 160 runs in 19 overs and has managed to claim just a wicket.
As for his performance in the IPL, it was praiseworthy. He had finished as RCB's highest wicket-taker, claiming 21 wickets in 15 matches at an economy of 7.08, while his side finished fourth.
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