Preity Zinta’s post-match shenanigans with Punjab Kings’ “deadly duo” Shashank Singh and Ashutosh Sharma

Preity Zinta

Preity Zinta shared this photo. (Etiquette: realpz,

New Delhi:

This is not to be denied Preity Zinta She is the biggest cheerleader of her IPL team Punjab Kings. After her team’s resounding win against Gujarat Titans, the actress took some time out and posted a “post match selfie” with star players Shashank Singh and Ashutosh Sharma. All three of them can be seen wearing million-dollar smiles and staring at the camera. Apart from the snap, Preity wrote, “When the going gets tough, take a post-match selfie with the lethal duo of Shashank Singh and Ashutosh Sharma. Love the way they dominated the game chasing thrilling runs wow!!!” She also added punch and clapping emojis to the caption.

Wait, there’s more. Preity Zinta posted another picture from the thriller match. In that post, the actress is standing between Punjab Kings captain Shikhar Dhawan and Gujarat Titans captain Shubman Gill, the text accompanying the post reads, “Gil Dien Galan.” She tweaked the lines of the hit romantic number Dil Diya Gallan From Salman Khan and Katrina Kaif The tiger is alive.

A few days ago, Punjab Kings lost to Royal Challengers Bangalore in a match. After the match, Preity Zinta posted a video of herself watching the match on Instagram. In her caption, the star wrote, “Finally a day off after constant traveling and no sleep. Here are some glimpses of my trip to Bangalore. It wasn’t the result we wanted because it was Virat’s (Kohli) night, but it was good to see our team fighting hard. Looking forward to the rest of the tournament and juggling my shoot and cricket madness. I apologize to all of you who couldn’t take pictures with me in Bangalore because I was late for the game and tired…hopefully next time.

Preity Zinta is known for her roles a soldier, Every heart will love youAnd Hero: A Detective’s Love Story,

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