Bollywood celebs shared their words of appreciation for the Indian Cricket Team post defeat against England in the ICC T20 World Cup 2022

Bollywood celebrities have expressed their views on the England vs India match wherein the Indian team was beat by 10 wickets in the semi-final of the ICC T20 World Cup 2022. India could not fetch the chance to face the arch rival Pakistan in the upcoming finals. Ajay Devgn wrote, “Keep heart guys. Team India, today & forever.” 

In a long post, the actor penned down, “Cheering for you as you put your heart and soul into converting the dreams of an entire nation into reality has always been an amazing experience. Though your journey to the finals was cut short, we enjoyed every bit of it. I cannot imagine the pressure each of you guys experienced with the eyes of the nation watching you.”

He further wrote, “Winning or losing is a part of the sport. Both results are inevitable. But we stand with you. Through thick and thin, ups and downs we are here to stand with the best Team in the world. Chin up guys! We will come back stronger and better than ever.”

Farhan Akhtar an avid cricket observer wrote, “England outplayed us & congratulations to them on a solid performance. The defeat must weigh heavy on our team’s shoulders and it’s in times like these, we got to lift them up. Team India, Yes it was a disappointing day out but the story doesn’t end here.. this is but a chapter. We’ll emerge it stronger. Keeps your chins up.”

“Been out played today, unfortunately we didn’t bring our best game to the semis, nothing to take away from #England they were the much better side today Such is the game. Well played through the tournament #TeamIndia heartbreak today. Congratulations #TeamEngland #T20Iworldcup2022,” actor Arjun Rampal took to his Twitter and wrote the appreciation post.

Meanwhile, Nakuul Mehta conveyed through a micro-blogging site, “Just sending a telegram to my producer that I’m available to shoot THIS Sunday.”

On Sunday, the qualified teams Pakistan and England will be playing for the coveted trophy of the season.

Source Hindustan Times