After Sanjeev Goenka's anger on Rahul, wife Athiya looked disappointed in the stadium even after her husband's half-century.

Ronit Kawale
Ronit Kawale - Senior Editor
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Actress Athiya Shetty is always present to support her husband KL Rahul but she was not seen in the stadium for the last few matches. In the last match, Sanjeev Goenka's conversation with Lucknow Super Giants captain KL Rahul had gone viral. Sanjeev was looking angry as if he was scolding Rahul. This video quickly went viral. Now Athiya has reached the stadium to support her husband and her video from there is going viral. Athiya Shetty was seen cheering for her husband, cricketer KL Rahul, during the Mumbai Indians vs Lucknow Super Giants IPL match at the Wankhede Stadium on Friday. Went. Athiya was smiling a lot after seeing KL Rahul scoring a half-century during the match. For a casual look, Athiya wore a white shirt over a matching tank top and looked very beautiful with nude makeup. Athiya is seen after LSG owner Sanjiv Goenka's displeasure with KL Rahul.

Athiya came to support Rahul

After LSG's 10-wicket loss to Sunrisers Hyderabad in Hyderabad on May 8, his animated conversation with KL was shown everywhere. He publicly behaved disrespectfully with Captain Rahul, after which Sanjeev had to face heavy criticism. In response to the incident, Athiya also shared a post on her Instagram stories. She posted a photo of the sun shining in a cloudy sky and captioned it, 'Calm after the storm.'

Even 30 years ago, Aishwarya Rai had walked the ramp in Cannes style, seeing the difference, people said – she is so beautiful even without makeup.

Rahul and Athiya's marriage

Meanwhile, KL Rahul has not been selected for the T20 World Cup team. Under the captaincy of Rohit Sharma, the team is ready to fly to America and West Indies for the series. Athiya and KL Rahul got married in 2023 after dating for almost five years. Their wedding took place at Sunil Shetty's farmhouse in Khandala amidst friends and family.

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