This photo of a young cricketer from Team India, Sanju Samson, reminded Ramayan

The phase of lockdown is now ending and its effect is also seen as a chahal initiative everywhere. In such a situation, celebrities have also started moving out of the house.

After a long time, Sanju Samson, a young cricketer from Team India who has come out of the house, has shared such a photo of this time on his Instagram, seeing that religious wave will arise in your mind and you will miss the Ramayana. . After this, you too will surely rise up to say ‘Jai Shri Ram’. ‘

Samson flying in the sea breeze
In fact, in the team India, the wicketkeeper batsman Sanju Samson, who has been going in and out, shared a picture of the sea shore, with the help of a special effect, he has shown himself flying in the air in the style of Superman. In the caption on this photo, he wrote, ‘Next stop, Lanka. Seeing this caption, one immediately remembers the Ramayana, in which Bajrangbali Hanuman flies to Lanka from the seashore to go in search of Sita.

Sanju is practicing vigorously on the sea shore
25-year-old Sanju Samson hails from Kerala, where the land of the country ends and the sea starts. Beach sand is very important for fitness, in which running increases the strength. Sanju is also taking great advantage of this. His eyes are on preparing himself strongly for the next season, removing the impact on fitness during lockdown.

Dhoni’s place in team confirmed
Captain Cool Mahendra Singh Dhoni (MS Dhoni) retiring from T20 cricket is now just a formality. His place is yet to be fully set by Rishabh Pant and the selectors are not ready to play long bets on Wriddhiman Saha. In such a situation, Sanju’s eyes are set on making a comeback to Team India in the new season. So far in international cricket, Sanju has scored only 35 runs playing 4 T20 matches. But his record in first class cricket is excellent. He has also played 212 runs in domestic one-day matches played outside the International.


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