Ajinkya Rahane gets brave welcome, Mohammed Siraj goes to father’s grave

Serenades of ‘aala re aala Ajinkya aala’ featured an honorary pathway welcome for Ajinkya Rahane on his victorious get back from Australia for certain different partners yet the disposition was serious in Hyderabad as one of his heroes, Mohammed Siraj, made a beeline for his dad’s grave.

The serenades [meaning here comes to our Ajinkya] were heard in the midst of the beating of the conventional dhol Tasha and showering of bloom petals at Rahane’s private complex.

Other than substitute chief Rahane, additionally showing up in Mumbai were mentor Ravi Shastri, star batsman Rohit Sharma, pacer Shardul Thakur, and opener Prithvi Shaw, while Brisbane Test legend Rishabh Pant arrived in the public capital early earlier today.

India’s Shardul Thakur (third from left) is flanked by MCA president Dr. Vijay Patil (second from right) and MCA Apex Council individuals Dr. Unmesh Khanvilkar (extraordinary right) and Ajinkya Naik (left) on his landing in the Mumbai air terminal yesterday. Pic/Pradeep Dhivar India’s Shardul Thakur (third from left) is flanked by MCA president Dr. Vijay Patil (second from right) and MCA Apex Council individuals Dr. Unmesh Khanvilkar (outrageous right) and Ajinkya Naik (left) on his landing in the Mumbai air terminal yesterday. Pic/Pradeep Dhivar

Siraj, who chose to wait in Australia with the group and miss his dad’s last customs, drove directly from Hyderabad’s Rajiv Gandhi International Airport to the cemetery and offered his final appreciation to his withdrawn father Mohammed Ghouse.

It was the finish of a two-month-significant delay for the speedster, who was India’s top entertainer with the ball during the excursion. Siraj’s dad, 53, who was an auto driver, had kicked the bucket on November 20 because of lung disease. This was only seven days after his child arrived in Australia on his lady visit.

India opener Rohit Sharma at the Mumbai air terminal yesterday. Pic/Pradeep DhivarIndia opener Rohit Sharma at the Mumbai air terminal yesterday. Pic/Pradeep Dhivar

He made his Test debut in the second match in Melbourne and completed the Border-Gavaskar Trophy with 13 wickets—the most by any Indian bowler.

T Natarajan arrived in Bangalore and afterward took off for his town in Tamil Nadu’s Salem. When he arrived at his local Chinnappampatti town, Natarajan was agreed on a bubbly welcome, total with festoons and a chariot ride through the roads where individuals assembled in great numbers to recognize the new star.

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