The Indian women cricketers are certainly making most of their time in Australia, playing women's Big Bash League. Recently, India's star batting duo of Smriti Mandhana and Jemimah Rodrigues smashed brilliant fifties for their respective sides in the same contest, much to the delight of all fans. While it has indeed proven to be quite a successful stint for all the players involved in the tournament so far, there is no denying the fact that they are having a gala time off the field as well.
Most of the players have been constantly seen sharing videos of fun they are having down under. While they must be learning quite a lot about the culture and lifestyle of Australia, it seems like they are also not shying away from sharing some famous Indian stuff with the Aussies. And as expected, one of India's most fun personalities - Radha Yadav - is at the helm of things.
Bollywood meets Big Bash in Australia
The left-arm spinner, who is currently playing for Sydney Sixers, shared a hilarious video on her Instagram Story on Wednesday which left everyone in splits. In the footage, the Aussie duo of Maitlan Brown and Stella Campbell can be seen singing and grooving to B Praak's hit song 'Ranjha' from the Bollywood movie Shershaah.
While the song is quite popular in India, it seems like the emotional music and heart-touching voice of B Braak has had a similar effect on the Australian players as well. The two players can actually be seen really feeling the song with Radha Yadav capturing their epic reactions.
The 21-year-old shared the video with caption, "Too cute," which certainly proved the famous saying that music has no language.
Watch the video here:
Sydney Sixers lost to Melbourne Renegades by 7 wickets
In their recent match on Sunday, Sydney Sixers did not have a great outing as Melbourne Renegades defeated them by 7 wickets. The trio of Radha Yadav (2-0-12-1), Maitlan Brown (3-0-25-0) and Stella Campbell (3-0-13-1) tried their best but there were just not enough runs on board. The two sides are set to clash once again on October 30 and Sixers fans would be hoping for a turnaround in Perth.