Here is how Indian players and their partners celebrated Holi in 2023, from Kohli to Chahal

Holi was celebrated in India on Wednesday, 2023. From commoners to celebrities and athletes, everyone was involved. Similarly, we describe how the Indian players and their partners commemorated the event.

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The Indians were in a celebratory spirit on Wednesday as the nation celebrated Holi, also known as the festival of colours. Everyone from commoners to celebrities and even athletes celebrated the occasion in their own way, doused in vibrant colours. In the same vein, we describe how certain Indian cricketers and their partners commemorated the occasion.

As for former Indian captain Virat Kohli, he celebrated with his Team India teammate and all-rounder Ravindra Jadeja, as seen by a team bus shot he posted. Kohli captioned the post with “Happy Holi to all ” as the celebrations took place at the Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad during Thursday’s fourth and final Test training session against Australia.

In the meantime, Anushka Sharma, Kohli’s Bollywood wife, celebrated the occasion with her Guru. She gave her a few photographs and tagged them with a chant “Chanting transports me to the inner region of love, which is my guru, Neem Karoli Baba. From the outside, he appeared to be a small elderly man covered in a blanket, in whose presence I experienced unconditional love. On the inside, there was (and still is) nothing but love. I must speak about my guru since my relationship with him is the source of all of my true, permanent value. I am not trying to sell you anything. There is no available group. We have already joined. It is known as “the human race.” Maharaj-ji, who was devoid of any sectarian ideas, stated repeatedly that we all belong to the same family and share the same blood.”

In the meantime, Indian leg-spinner Yuzvendra Chahal, known for his eccentric personality, joined his Team India limited-overs teammates Ravi Bishnoi, Washington Sundar, Deepak Hooda, Arshdeep Singh, and Umran Malik in attending the festival. “Happy Holi,” he captioned the photo.

Simultaneously, Chahal’s dancer wife, Dhanashree Verma, posted some gorgeous images of herself in a glamorous salwar suit basking in the sun. She greeted her followers a happy holiday with the remark, “May this Holi fill your life with the most vibrant hues of joy and energise you for your next adventure. Happy Holi 🎈 “.