Bollywood actress: Urvashi Rautela created a ruckus online with her desires to Pakistani quick bowler Naseem Shah on his birthday. The Quetta Gladiators player denoted his twentieth birthday celebration yesterday by imparting a cake-slicing festivity to his teammates.
As Quetta Gladiators contend in the continuous time of the Pakistan Super league (PSL8), the group commended his birthday before their match against Multan Sultans. The establishment shared the video of the festival via online entertainment and subtitled it as: “Go along with us in the birthday festivity of our Warrior @iNaseemShah”.
— Quetta Gladiators (@TeamQuetta) February 15, 2023
After Naseem Shah complimented Shadab Khan on his wedding on Instagram, Urvashi Rautela left a remark on his post. The entertainer stretched out her desires to Naseem and furthermore praised him for being granted a privileged DSP rank in Balochistan Police. “Cheerful Birthday Naseem Shah. Congrats on being consulted with privileged DSP rank,” composed Rautela.
— Thakur (@hassam_sajjad) February 15, 2023
Incredibly, the youthful cricketer answered the model with an unassuming “much obliged” trailed by an emoticon motioning appreciation with two hands consolidated. There are questions after their brief conversation, Urvashi Rautela and Naseem Shah.
Once more twitter clients are hypothesizing about a potential association between the cricketer and the entertainer. A Twitter client took a punch at the new trade of remarks on Instagram.
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In September of last year, Rautela shared an Instagram reel highlighting Pakistani pacer Naseem Shah after an Asia Cup match. The “fan alter” exhibited Rautela partaking in the India-Pakistan game, with Shah being seen chuckling about something behind the scenes as Atif Aslam’s Koi Tujhko Na Mujhse Chura Le played. This has driven some to estimate about a possible association between the two. As individuals started savaging her, Rautela erased the clasp.