Harbhajan And Ganguly’s Twitter Conversation On Their Daughters Is Winning The Internet Today!

12:37 pm 21 Nov, 2017


Harbhajan Singh is one such cricketer who loves to present glimpses of his personal life on his various social media platforms, specifically Twitter. Right from sharing snapshot of his marriage with Geeta Basra to sharing pictures of their newborn daughter, Bhajji – as he is lovingly known as – has been sharing various facets of his life with his virtual family every now and then. And boy! don’t we simply love him for that! So, when Bhajji was recently at the Golden Temple with his family, he shared few snaps from there as well.

Harbhajan Singh at the Golden Temple, Amritsar. source


Among all the snaps shared from the Golden Temple in Amritsar, one had an adorable image of himself with his wife Geeta Basra and their daughter Hinaya Heer Plaha. He captioned the image as –

Satnam Shri waheguru ji .. sab nu khush te tandrust rakhna malka #Blessings #blessed #shukrana @Geeta_Basra.

While his fans couldn’t just help themselves from going awww at the beautiful picture, Hinaya Heer’s enchanting smile seemingly slayed even the erstwhile captain of the Indian cricket team, Sourav Ganguly.

Not a regular on Twitter, Sourav Ganguly, who happens to be Harbhajan’s first international cricket skipper, couldn’t stop himself from marveling at Hinaya Heer’s cuteness. But then, he made a goof up, which in turn made the conversation all the more endearing.

Here’s what Ganguly said:

Beta bahut sundar hai bhajj..bahut pyar dena. (Your son is very beautiful Bhajji, give him a lot of love).

However, realizing the goof-up instantly, Ganguly once again tweeted to clarify his mistake:

Maf karna beti bahut sundoor hai..getting old bhajj . (I apologise. I meant your daughter is very beautiful. I am getting old.

In his turn, the turbanator also thanked Dada for the sweet message and gave lots of love to Sana, Ganguly’s daughter.


Now, that’s one of the finest examples of great camaraderie we have seen in recent times. Don’t you think so?