Indian women cricketers are finally getting much-needed attention in our nation. The last few matches, as well as series, went really great for the women’s team and not just adults but also children are now aware of the names of the women cricketers.
Independence day is just a few days away and schools have already started organizing different events to celebrate this special day. One of the exciting events that schools organize is fancy dress competition. This one event allows you to be anything you want to for a day and that is why almost every child enjoys it.
This little girl from Gujarat had a fancy dress competition in her school. And guess what? She decided to become none other than the Indian women cricket team’s skipper, Mithali Raj.
Her father, Apoorva Ekbote decided to share this on Twitter. He shared a small clip of junior Mithali Raj and everyone on the internet is going “Awww” after watching it. Take a look at his tweet:
— Apoorva Ekbote (@aekbote) August 10, 2017
Social media has truly decreased the communication gap between celebrities and common people. Apoorva Ekbote’s tweet took no time to reach Mithali Raj. Luckily, Mithali posted a heart warming message for this little angel.
Here’s what the Indian women cricket team skipper said,
This is cute! 😀
May she achieve her endeavours in all the spheres of life! https://t.co/FKJRvWirDiAdvertisement
— Mithali Raj (@M_Raj03) August 10, 2017
Not just Mithali but everyone who saw the video replied with lovely messages for the little girl. Check out the wonderful reactions the video got.
Thank you Apoorva. Mithali and co have rejuvenated a new sense of dreams in young girls. May your daughter achieve all the success.
— Smriti Mandhana FC (@SMandhanaFC) August 10, 2017
Your daughter is really cute apoovra, may God bless her 😊😊
— Avinash Tiwari (@imtheavinash) August 10, 2017
God bless to such a cute PARI.
— Radha Krishan Sharma (@Krishanrk196476) August 10, 2017
American here with no idea of cricket, but Mithali Raj is my fave player too! She reads poetry before games!
— Julie Barnes (@JtrackJulie) August 10, 2017
India need’s more father’s like you
— xyz (@venkatprithvip) August 11, 2017
— Praveen kumar (@Praveen23063251) August 10, 2017
Isn’t it great to see Indian women cricketers getting fame and respect from all across the globe? Do let us know your views in the comments below!