Bollywood luminaries, known for their avid cricket fandom, took to social media to express their exhilaration and admiration for the Indian team's exceptional performance. Among the voices celebrating the triumph were iconic figures such as Shah Rukh Khan, Suniel Shetty, and South actor NTR Jr.
Superstar Shah Rukh Khan, an ardent cricket enthusiast, shared his joy on social media, saying, "Yay boys!!! What a display of team spirit and play. Unto winning the finals now. All the best….India!!!" His excitement resonated with millions of fans who joined in the celebration of India's path to the World Cup final.
South actor Jr NTR marveled at Virat Kohli's remarkable achievement, breaking the record with his 49th ODI century. In a heartfelt tweet, he wrote, "49 ODI Centuries. An unbreakable record. Broken by an Indian. In India. In a World Cup Semifinal. Doesn’t get better than this! Congratulations Kohli! You deserve 50 standing ovations and more." The sentiment echoed the collective pride of the nation in witnessing Kohli's extraordinary feat on the cricket field.
Actor Suniel Shetty, the father-in-law of Indian wicket-keeper and batsman KL Rahul, reserved special praise for captain Rohit Sharma. Shetty acknowledged Rohit Sharma's selfless knocks that set the stage for the entire team to shine. In a thoughtful tribute, he said, "@imVkohli will continue to shatter records. @ShreyasIyer15 will grab the headlines. But my captain @ImRo45 Rohit Sharma is THE Man of the Moment. He sets the match ablaze with his selfless knocks, setting up a stage for the entire team to shine. No milestones, just team glory. Ye Captain nahi…Captain Marvelous hai. 10 wins on the trot, one win away from being world champions."
As India inches closer to the World Cup final, the support and cheers from Bollywood's biggest stars add an extra layer of excitement and encouragement for the cricketing heroes. The unity in celebrating these moments transcends boundaries, bringing together the worlds of sports and entertainment in a shared victory for the nation