Indian cricketer Veda Krishnamurthy, who's currently in Chennai with her state's cricket team, has posted a video in which she. along with her Karnataka teammates Akanksha Kohli, Divya Gnanandana, Vanitha VR and Mamata Maben were seen dancing to the famous Vaathi Coming song from Master movie. Read more - Varun Chakravarthy fails fitness test yet again; Rahul Chahar to replace him in the squad
In the video, we can see Mamata crossing the other four women, who are pointing at her when the words 'Vaathi Coming' play. Then, Veda and other cricketers start executing the famous shoulder-drop step.
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Sharing the video, Veda wrote: "When in Chennai !! #vaathicoming #tryingtamil #karnataka #teamfun #postworkout #master #vijay @akohli1879 @divyaa_xox @vanithavr #postisolation #bubblelife #1yearofvaathicoming #reels #reelsinstagram #reelitfeelit #fun #dance."
Earlier, Indian cricketer Ravichandran Ashwin had also posted the video, where he was seen shaking a leg with Kuldeep Yadav and Hardik Pandya on the same 'Vaathi Coming' song.
Hosts complete a comprehensive nine-wicket victory in the second ODI
Smriti Mandhana notched up a record half-century to take India home in the second ODI against South Africa in Lucknow. With that half-ton, Mandhana became the first woman to score 10 consecutive 50-plus scores during run chases in ODI history. The lef-handed batswoman surpassed New Zealand's Suzie Bates, who had nine successive scores of 50 and more.
India bowled out South Africa Women for a paltry 157 in 41 overs as senior bowler Jhulan Goswami wrecked havoc in the visitors batting line-up. Chasing 158, India lost opener Jemimah Rodrigues early but that didn't affect Mandhana's confidence as she smashed 80 runs off 64 balls including 10 fours and three sixes to power India to a comfortable nine-wicket win.
The hosts have now leveled the series 1-1 with the third ODI to be played at the same venue in Lucknow on March 12.