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Malti Chahar hilariously trolls Deepak after his engagement!

Chennai Super Kings star Deepak Chahar proposed to his girlfriend Jaya yesterday after the match against the Punjab Kings in the 2021 edition of the Indian Premier League. Chahar has now officially confirmed his relationship.

However, according to an article in Zoom TV Entertainment, Deepak had been dating Jaya for quite some time. Here’s what the report dated August 31, 2021 claimed:

“Reportedly, the duo is very serious about one another and are even planning on getting married. According to a source close to Bollywood Life, the pair is planning to do a roka very soon and Jaya may also go to Dubai to be with Deepak. Deepak apparently has also has introduced her to the entire cricket team.”

Deepak Chahar’s elder sister Malti was delighted after seeing the video of his engagement. The video has gone viral. And soon after the engagement, Deepak’s father revealed that it was Mahendra Singh Dhoni’s idea. Initially, Chahar wanted to propose after the playoffs, but Dhoni wanted him to propose after the last match of the league stage.

Malti Chahar posted a hilarious meme on her Instagram story

Malti Chahar was the first to reveal that Deepak has got engaged to Jaya. Initially, some fans guessed that Jaya was a foreigner. However, Malti clarified that she is an Indian and from Delhi.

Malti posted multiple stories on her official Instagram account yesterday and one of them was a hilarious meme. You can see the screenshot of that Uday Chopra meme right here:

Deepak Chahar will next be in action during the IPL 2021 Playoffs. The all-rounder will look forward to ensuring that the Chennai Super Kings reach the final and record their fourth title win. Currently, the Super Kings are on a 3-match losing streak in the 2021 edition of the Indian Premier League.

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A sad season for Rajasthan Royals in terms of their performance!

It was an absolute necessity dominate match for Rajasthan Royals, who were somewhat preferred put over Mumbai Indians in their bid to make the end of the season games. Just like the case with MI who required a success to remain alive in the IPL 2021. The two groups have had their reasonable portion of battles through the season, particularly with their center requests; MI all the more so in the UAE leg where they just dealt with a solitary dominate in 5 matches.

However, when a lot was on the line, they showed why they were the best group in the IPL, limiting RR first to only 90 - the most reduced complete in Sharjah this season by a group batting first - and afterward pursued down the necessary runs with 70 balls to save.

It was anything but a pitch with much convey; it was slow and two-paced. Coming from a decent batting wicket in Abu Dhabi, RR's batsmen thought that it is difficult to adjust to the one in Sharjah. MI's bowlers changed a lot faster, and better, having had played here previously. All things considered, it was a trip from RR that followed the example that was seen the entire season: a decent beginning from the openers, the center request out of sync and the inadequacies incredibly obvious. The bowlers, usually, have been abandoned in the game.

Yashasvi Jaiswal and Evin Lewis gave RR a decent beginning, once more, as they have for greater part of the subsequent leg. The pair added 27 runs, discovered the limits multiple times and Lewis even cleared the fence once. When they fell inside the powerplay, RR couldn't discover one more limit for the following 79 balls.

The team of Jimmy Neesham and Nathan Coulter-Nile unleashed devastation in the center request as Sanju Samson, Shivam Dube and Glenn Phillips had returns of 3, 3 and 4. It was one more occasion of the center request's prominent fizzling without any Samson acting the hero. An adjustment of the center request against CSK would've had their spirits up, however it came disintegrating down when the heaviness of obligation fell on it.

Coulter-Nile stirred it up with his cutters and more slow balls into the wicket, returning 4-14, by and by conveying when called upon. While Neesham, playing his first round of this leg and second of the period, hit the right lengths and with his varieties made the going intense for the batsmen who were progressively needing to play cross-batted shots, and playing across the line when the lengths were absent.

Of the nine RR excusals, five were either leg-previously or bowled with MI's bowlers acknowledging early sufficient that the pitch wasn't one for stroke-playing. They reacted appropriately with straight bowling in the line of the stumps. They pulled back their lengths, gotten the offcutters, bowled crease up and wound up deluding the batsmen. Finishing the powerplay on 41/2, RR lost 49/7 from there on.

An objective of 91 was too little to even consider anticipating a very remarkable safeguard from RR's bowlers. In his concise stay of 13 balls for his 22, Rohit Sharma showed the value of playing straight and in the 'V', giving MI the ideal beginning. They profited by that and made the most of it with Ishan Kishan coming great with a 50 off 25, expressing after the game that they'd followed RR's innings and yielding their arrangements of playing straight.

Looking back, RR will have felt they expected to give themselves a brief period to comprehend and afterward counter the difficulties in Sharjah, where they were playing their first game this season. Yet, early wickets of their best batsmen had them play make up for lost time from right off the bat in the innings, after which, a recognizable picture introduced itself. In 20 overs, RR's batsmen oversaw just 7 fours and 2 sixes. MI's hit those in 5.3 overs, getting in five sixes and nine fours altogether.

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