Indian cricketer Rohit Sharma has received many admirations after breaking a record of five centuries in a single World Cup. On Tuesday, ahead of the much-anticipated India vs New Zealand semi-final, the actress and parliamentarian Kirron Kher took the Instagram to wish India along with many others. In the post, she especially mentioned Rohit Sharma as “Sharma ji ka beta” like many others.

Kirron Kher’s Instagram Post Praising Rohit Sharma With "Sharma Ji Ka Beta" | tnbclive.in

“2 more games to go, which means 2 more tons from Sharma Ji ka honhaar beta,” wrote Ms. Kher. “Put your best foot forward boys. Here’s wishing @virat.kohli and his boys all the best for the big semi-final today,” she added.

Kirron Kher’s Instagram Post Praising Rohit Sharma With Sharma Ji Ka Beta | tnbclive.in
Kirron Kher’s Instagram Post Praising Rohit Sharma With Sharma Ji Ka Beta | tnbclive.in
Kirron Kher’s Instagram Post Praising Rohit Sharma With Sharma Ji Ka Beta | tnbclive.in

Her post has collected thousands of ‘likes’ and a number of appreciative comments. Rohit Sharma has made five centuries and 647 runs in the tournament so far. Recently, he broke the record for scoring the most number of centuries in a single edition of the World Cup.

The latest tone on social media regarding his impressive performance in the World Cup is “Sharma ji ka beta” posts on social media. However, today India and New Zealand are going to clash in the first semi-final of ICC Cricket World Cup 2019.

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