On Talks Of Marriage With Bollywood Actress, T20 World Cup Winner Kuldeep Yadav Makes Big Revelation

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    India spinner Kuldeep Yadav has opened up on his personal life during an exclusive interview with NDTV. Kuldeep reached his hometown Kanpur just a day after celebrating Team India’s T20 World Cup success with fans in Mumbai. The Indian players took part in an open bus parade at Mumbai’s Marine Drive, before being felicitated by the BCCI at the Wankhede Stadium. Upon arriving in Kanpur, hundreds of fans came out to welcome their champion Kuldeep, who scalped 10 wickets in T20 World Cup 2024. The fans arranged fireworks, dhols, and music in the honour of Kuldeep.

    In an exclusive chat with NDTV, Kuldeep opened up about his marriage plans, but suggested that he won’t be marrying a bollywood actress.

    “You’ll get the good news soon, but it won’t be an actress. It is important that she can take care of me and my family,” Kuldeep told NDTV in an exclusive interview.

    Fans in Mumbai gave Team India a grand reception. After Kuldeep arrived in Kanpur, he also got a similar welcome from his fans over there.

    Kuldeep came to Kanpur and got a similar welcome from his fans over there.

    “We are very happy. We waited for this for a long time. It feels great to see our people here. It is a great pleasure to bring the World Cup. This is more for our India than for us… It was very nice to meet him (Prime Minister Narendra Modi),” Kuldeep told ANI.

    Following their meeting with Prime Minister Narendra Modi in Delhi, the players departed for Mumbai. In Mumbai, the Men in Blue had an open bus victory parade from Marine Drive to the iconic Wankhede Stadium. The parade was an affair to remember and marvel at, as thousands of fans gathered at Marine Drive and surrounded the bus before it could even get Indian players on it.

    The team went to Wankhede amid cheers, chants, and claps from passionate fans. At the Wankhede, they were felicitated with the prize money of Rs 125 crore by the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) office-bearers. Players also talked about their win, and the performances of key players in the T20 World Cup inside a jam-packed Wankhede and danced their hearts out. The event also featured the players taking a victory lap to the tune of the country’s national song, ‘Vande Mataram’.

    The flight was organised by the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) secretary Jay Shah and departed on July 2 from a hurricane-struck Barbados before arriving in Delhi at around 6:00 AM on Thursday. Board officials and members of the media contingent from the tournament were also on the flight.

    (With ANI Inputs)

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