Yuzvendra Chahal and Dhanashree Verma are currently enjoying wedding festivities at Shardul Thakur's marriage. Yuzvendra Chahal and his wife Dhanashree headed straight to Shardul Thakur's wedding after their vacation in the Maldives. Dhanashree Verma on Monday took to her Instagram and shared a group picture with Shreyas Iyer, Rohit Sharma, Ritika Sajdeh and the groom Shardul Thakur. However, Yuzvendra Chahal was missing from the group picture. Dhanashree shared the picture with the caption, '5 X Power' and in no time it went viral for all the wrong reasons. In fact, fans bombarded Dhanashree's picture asking her where is Team India leg-spinner and her husband Yuzvendra Chahal.

A user wrote, "Feel bad for chahal". Another user wrote, "Shreyas in chahal out". "All there except Yuzi" wrote another user. It is pertinent to mention here that Dhanashree had faced online criticism a few days back when she uploaded a series of her pictures and videos from Maldives vacation and left out Yuzvendra Chahal from it.

Dhanshree Verma, wife of Yuzvendra Chahal is a well-known social media influencer and dancer. She has been gaining popularity in recent years for her impressive dance moves and entertaining videos. Her Instagram page is filled with videos of her dancing to popular Bollywood songs and showcasing her talent. She has also collaborated with several popular Indian celebrities and has a massive fan following on social media. Yuzvendra Chahal is expected to be back on the field during limited-over series against Australia.

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If we talk about the current scenario of the Indian cricket team, we will see Shreyas Iyer and Rohit Sharma will be back in action in the third Test of the Border-Gavaskar Trophy against Australia. The third Test is set to begin in Indore from March 1, 2023. The third Test is very important for both the sides as on one end the Indian team will be looking to win the match and confirm their seat in the World Test Championship final. The Australian team's main headache is how to counter the Indian spin bowling attack to whom their batting line up was wrapped in the first two Tests of the series. The World Test Championship final will be played in the month of June this year at the Kennington Oval ground of London.

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