Former India women pacer Jhulan Goswami, best known for her speed and agility on ground, has called out Mumbai’s Taj Mahal Palace for poor management and bad food quality. One of the fastest bowlers of all times, Jhulan has shared her disappointment over the bad food quality of the five-star hotel in Mumbai. Expressing her dissatisfaction over the food, she took it to Twitter to call out the hotel management for the same.
Also known as the Chakda Express, Jhulan said that despite addressing it to the hotel staff thrice, she wasn’t served food properly. She expressed her dissatisfaction with such a renowned name. Taking it to the micro-blogging site, she said, "Disappointed with @TajMahalMumbai's food quality - served poorly thrice even after addressing it to the staff multiple times. Expected better from such a renowned establishment. Management needs to step up and address this issue immediately."
The hotel was quick to respond to this discontentment shown by the legendary cricketer with the latter appreciating this move.
The West Bengal-born pacer made her debut for India in the year 2002 in a one-day international against England in Chennai. Having played 204 ODI matches for India, she announced her retirement in 2022. She also holds the record for taking the greatest number of wickets in Women’s One Day cricket with 255 wickets under her name. Post her retirement, s he was roped in by Mumbai Indians for the inaugural season of the Women’s Indian Premier League in 2023 as their bowling coach and mentor. Notably, a movie based on the life of Jhulan Goswami, starring Bollywood actress, Anushka Sharma is expected to be released in the theatres later this year.