Shane Warne: Former Australian Cricketer Dies At 52: Virat Kohli, Sachin Tendulkar & Others Mourn Australian Cricket Icon’s Demise

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  • The news of Warne's death shocked and stunned the world. Several Bollywood stars paid tribute to the renowned cricketer, including Ranveer Singh, Sunny Deol, and Arjun Rampal, among others.

Shane Warne, an Australian cricketer, died in Thailand on March 4th evening. The cricketer died of a heart attack, according to reports. He was 52 years old at the time. The world was stunned and stunned after hearing of Warne’s death. Fans are expressing their sorrow and paying tribute to the iconic cricketer on social media, and Bollywood is no exception. Several Bollywood celebrities voiced their grief at the cricketer’s untimely death on social media.

Ranveer Singh shared a photo of the icon on Instagram, accompanied with a broken heart emoji. Sunny Deol sent his respects as well, writing, “Cricket lost a jewel today.” Shane Warne, legend, may you rest in peace. Prayers, prayers, prayers, prayers, prayers, prayers, prayers, prayers, prayers, prayers,” “Extremely surprising n saddening to hear of the premature demise of #Cricket legend Shane Warne,” Urmila Matondkar tweeted in response to Warne’s death. He was a legendary Australian leg spinner, and he will be missed. Peace be with you!!” It was also a sad day for cricket, according to Diana Penty. Boman Irani, Arjun Rampal, Pulkit Samrat, Randeep Hooda, Arjun Kapoor, Geeta Basra, and Shilpa Shetty are among the celebs who have paid respect to the cricketer.

Cricket fans and stakeholders have been left distraught by the sad news. “The game of cricket has lost what I consider a university of leg-spin bowling today,” Shahid Afridi posted on Twitter. His bowling inspired me from the beginning of my career, and it was always a pleasure to play against him. My heartfelt condolences go out to Warne’s family and friends.” Gautam Gambhir, a former India opener, also conveyed his sorrow over Shane’s tragic death. “Very few people can match their attitude with raw talent,” he stated. “#ShaneWarne made bowling look like magic!” he added. RIP.

” “Life is very capricious and unpredictable,” Virat Kohli observed of Shane Warne’s passing. I’m still reeling at the loss of this legend of our sport, as well as a guy I got to know off the field. #goat, rest in peace. “The best cricket ball turner.”

“Shocked, stunned, and depressed…

Warnie, I’ll miss you. On or off the field, there was never a dull moment when you were around. Our on-field duels and off-field banter will always be treasured. You always had a special place in your heart for India, and Indians had a special place in their hearts for you. Gone far too soon!, “Sachin Tendulkar, an Indian legend, stated.

Cricketers and Celebrities Paying tribute to a Legendary Cricketer Shane Warne:

Irfan Pathan, a former India all-rounder, also expressed his condolences. “Shane Warne drew a large crowd. The ball-wielding magician. Australian cricket’s undisputed legend. The first skipper to win an IPL match. He will be missed and remembered for the rest of his life. “#rip #shanewarne,” he tweeted on his Twitter account. Shoaib Malik, a well-known member of the Pakistan cricket squad, took to Twitter to express his shock at the news of renowned Shane Warne’s death. Rajeev Shukla, Vice-President of the BCCI, and former India fast bowler Munaf Patel, among others, have conveyed their condolences over the death of Australian cricket legend Shane Warne.

Hiren Chokshi


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