'Not off yet': Amitabh Bachchan cheers team India after World Cup 2023 loss; Alia Bhatt, Arjun Kapoor pen messages
Gangubai Kathiawadi star Alia Bhatt also took to her Instagram stories and shared a picture of Team India. She wrote, “Our hearts are forever won! Well played team India. We hold our heads up high.”
After team India’s defeat in the World Cup 2023 final against Australia, Bollywood luminaries extended their support to men in blue on social media. In the latest, megastar Amitabh Bachchan took to Instagram and shared a photo of himself wearing a white hoodie and black joggers. Alongside he wrote, “…. NO NO NO .. TEAM INDIA .. not OFF yet .. you are our pride .. you are the heart where the hand rests .. 🇮🇳🇮🇳🇮🇳🇮🇳🇮🇳🇮🇳🇮🇳.” Soon after, fans noticed his hand covered with a black hand bandage. Actress Divya Dutta expressed concern asking, “Hope your hands fine sir.” Ronit Roy said, “Uffff. 🔥What an image Sir and what a caption. Hope your hand heals soon ❤️.”
Gangubai Kathiawadi star Alia Bhatt also took to her Instagram stories and shared a picture of Team India. She wrote, “Our hearts are forever won! Well played team India. We hold our heads up high.” Arjun Kapoor penned a heartfelt note that read, “Feels strange to write that we didn’t win. This Indian team was flawless yet on a particular day Australia just got it right to stop what is arguably the best team in world cricket. Doesn’t take away from this amazing @indiancricketteam and their abilities as a team and individuals. My love for cricket grew watching this team play it made me feel proud as an Indian! Thank you team India.” Check out their posts here:
Earlier, superstar Shah Rukh Khan, who attended the match at the Narendra Modi stadium with family on Sunday, extended support to team India. He wrote, “The way the Indian team has played this whole tournament is a matter of honour and they showed great spirit and tenacity. It's a sport and there are always a bad day or two. Unfortunately it happened today….but thank u Team India for making us so proud of our sporting legacy in cricket…u bring too much cheer to the whole of India. Love and respect. You make us one proud Nation.” Ranveer Singh wrote, “ins, some losses. That's sport. That's life. We are all gutted, but let's applaud our boys for giving it their all.”
Australia defeated India by 6 wickets to bag the ICC Men's Cricket World Cup on Sunday. Rohit Sharma-led India had won 10 successive matches before losing the 2023 World Cup final. Millions of Indians are nursing broken hearts after the loss.