Mukesh Kumar Leaves His Newly Married Wife Embarassed With His Obnoxious Comment On Their Personal Life

India fast-bowler Mukesh Kumar recently tied the knot with Divya Singh in a private and intimate wedding ceremony in Gorakhpur. Earlier this year in February, he had got engaged to Divya Singh. The wedding took place on November 28 when Team India were involved in a five-match T20I series against Australia.

The right-arm pacer played the first two games of the series before missing the third one after the BCCI granted him leave for the wedding. Soon after the wedding, he joined the Indian team for the fourth and fifth T20Is. While he failed to pick up any wickets in the fourth game, he picked up 3 wickets in the fifth game in Bengaluru to help India win the game by 20 runs and clinch the series with a margin of 4-1.

After the final T20I, he returned home to attend the reception ceremony. During the event, he provided a humorous response when journalists inquired about his married life. The cricketer used cricket-related terms to describe his marital experience, leaving everyone in splits.

“It feels good. I have started a new chapter with the one who has been with me since the beginning. Match bhi aage acha khelunga mai inke sath (I look forward to playing the upcoming match well with her support),” said Mukesh Kumar leaving the journalists and his wife in splits.

Mukesh Kumar on the South Africa tour:

During the interaction, the journalists also asked Mukesh Kumar about the upcoming tour of South Africa. He has been picked in all three squads for the challenging tour. India is scheduled to play three T20Is, three ODIs, and two Tests in South Africa.

“Preparations are underway for that. All our coaches will meet tomorrow in Bangalore, and from there, we will catch a flight. In South Africa, we will decide our strategy, assess the pitch and conditions, and gather information on what each player is doing. After that, we will play the match,” said Mukesh Kumar.

India’s tour of South Africa will kickstart on Sunday (December 10) with the first T20I.

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