Women’s Day 2020: Read How Mithali Raj’s bating wearing a sari making netizens go crazy

Breaking the stereotypes of Indian veteran cricketer Mithali Raj was seen playing cricket wearing a sari. In this promotional video shot for Women’s Day, Mithali Raj fiercely stroked while batting with a helmet. This video of Mithali Raj is making a splash on social media.

Mithali Raj shared this video on her Instagram account and wrote, ‘Every sari says a lot more than you. The sari never asks you to fit in it. On this Women’s Day, let’s start with the priceless thing. Start living on your own terms. Show the world that we can too. Come home with the Team India Trophy. Harmanpreet Kaur’s Indian team entered the women’s T20 World Cup final on Thursday and this video of Mithali Raj was shared shortly afterwards.

Cricket fans and users are very fond of this video of Mithali Raj. One user on Twitter wrote, “Where are the people who have become accustomed to Western civilization.” Who says a sari is a backward dress. Another user wrote you have proved that going to high altitude is not just sacrificing, you can also give importance to your choice. Another wrote, “Beautiful stylish female cricketer.” “That’s a great gesture. Keep it up Mithali” a user remarked.

37-year-old Mithali became the first woman cricketer in the world to play 200 international ODIs. She became the first female player to score 6000 runs in International ODIs. She has scored 663 runs in 10 Tests. His highest score was 214. He scored 6888 runs in 209 International ODIs at an average of 50.64. He scored 7 centuries and 53 fifties during this period. She has scored 2364 runs in 89 International T20 matches.

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