“Aag to tumne lagayi hai,” Ranveer Singh praises Shreyas Iyer for his knock against New Zealand

The Indian Cricket team is currently playing against the BlackCaps in a full-fledged overseas tour in New Zealand. The series has begun on a positive note for the Virat Kohli-led side after their successive wins in the first two T20Is in the series.

The team has looked flawless ever since they have landed in New Zealand. Team India was impeccable in the first T20I after a brilliant run-chase saw them claim a six-wicket win at Eden Park. It was courtsey a whirlwind knock by Shreyas Iyer that enabled tourists to kickstart their tour with a victory in the first T20I.

Iyer showed maturity and rose to the occasion to finish the game after all the big guns were back in the pavilion. The Mumbai batsman even continued his form in the 2nd T20I and played an equally crucial role alongside KL Rahul to see his side home for a second consecutive win in the series.

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Iyer earns praise from Bollywood actor Ranveer Singh

Iyer, who is quite active on the Social media, recently commented on a post shared by star actor Ranveer Singh via his official Instagram Handle. Iyer was quite in awe of the Bollywood celebrity and wrote, “aag hai bhai, ” on the actor's latest outfit. In response, Ranveer replied to praise the Indian batter saying, “Aag to tumne lagayi hai pardes mein Shreyas Babu.”

Here's the Instagram post made by Ranveer Singh:



It was understandable that Ranveer was referring to Shreyas' knock against New Zealand in the first T20I. It was a special effort from Iyer and the actor quite admired the youngster's skills in helping his team cross the line.

Iyer earns praise from Ranveer Singh

Ranveer Singh, who is currently involved in a project associated with cricket, has been spotted on a few occasions cheering up for the Indian team from the stands. The actor is playing a lead role in Kabir Khan's next movie portraying India's first World Cup-winning skipper Kapil Dev. The film is based upon India's first-ever World Cup win in 1983, depicting a timeline of events that led to one of the first major achievement in world cricket.

CricNerds Staff

CricNerds Staff