Rohit Sharma's mother posted a picture, Virat-Hitman are seen together, wrote- Country on his back…

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Rohit Sharma's mother posted a picture, Virat-Hitman are seen together, wrote- Country on his back…

New Delhi. The Indian team has won the T20 World Cup 2024 trophy by defeating South Africa in the final. The Indian team did not lose a single match in this tournament. This is India's second victory in the T20 World Cup. Earlier, the team had won the title in the 2007 T20 World Cup. After Team India's victory, Rohit Sharma's mother has posted a photo of Virat Kohli and Hitman. On which a tight caption has also been written.

Rohit Sharma's mother Purnima Sharma has posted a photo on social media. In which Virat Kohli and Rohit Sharma are seen together. It is written on this photo, “The GOAT pair of T20 cricket. His daughter on his shoulder, the whole country on his back and his brother with him. Let us tell you that Rohit Sharma's mother has made this post for Rohit only. Who won the first World Cup for India under his captaincy.

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His mother Purnima Sharma is from Visakhapatnam (Rohit Sharma family). Initially, the financial condition of his house was very poor. Being born in a Telugu family, Rohit Sharma's mother tongue is Telugu. He was born in Nagpur, but when he was one and a half years old, his family shifted to Dombivali, a suburb of Mumbai. His family's financial condition was not enough for him and his brother. So he was sent to live with his grandparents in Borivali. There he started playing street cricket.

Rohit Sharma married sports manager Ritika Sajdeh in 2015. The two dated each other for 6 years. Ritika gave birth to their daughter Samaira Sharma in 2018. Rohit proposed to Ritika at the Borivali Sports Club ground, where Rohit started his cricket career. The two were introduced to each other by Ritika's adopted brother and star cricketer Yuvraj Singh.

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