Cricket and cinema have always had a special relationship and when they collide, sparks fly on and off the field. Recently, young and talented Indian cricketer Shubman Gill set the internet abuzz by playfully questioning Punjabi actress Sonam Bajwa about her past as a cricketer.
All this was revealed during a candid conversation on Diane Callan’s TV show Deal. Gill, who is known for his elegant batting and has emerged as one of India’s brightest young talents in cricket, did not shy away from some light-hearted banter with the beautiful actress.
Gill asked with a playful grin, “Have you ever dated a cricketer?” The conversation started as soon as the question was asked. The question took Sonam by surprise for a moment and a slight blush appeared on her face. However, he quickly recovered and reacted in a funny and interesting way.
Sonam, known for her roles in Punjabi and South Indian cinema, cleverly replied: “No.” Then a hooter sound was heard, which indicated that she had spoken a lie. The two celebrities quickly laughed.
When asked to tell the truth, he said, “Well, Shubman, cricketers are known for their straight shots, but sometimes it’s good to keep a little secret.” Her reaction left the viewers divided and gave her Relationship story a mysterious note.
The intimate and relaxed interaction between the cricketer and the actress quickly went viral on social media. Shubman and Sonam’s fans and followers couldn’t get enough of their playful chemistry on the show.
While the conversation was full of playful banter, it highlighted the camaraderie that often exists between athletes and celebrities from other disciplines.
Such interactions provide fans with a glimpse into the off-field lives of their favorite public figures and add an element of relatability.
Shubman Gill is currently in Sri Lanka with Team India
Shubman Gill is currently in Sri Lanka with the Indian team.
Shubman Gill is currently playing for Team India in the 2023 Asia Cup. He scored a brilliant half-century against Nepal in India’s second match of the tournament. He remained unbeaten on 67 after facing 62 deliveries and guided Rohit Sharma & Co. to an emphatic 10-wicket victory.