Rashid Khan names his preferred Bollywood film, entertainer and on-screen characters
With hardly any event in the wearing scene because of the COVID-19 pandemic, the sportspersons are taking as much time as is needed out to draw in with fans via web-based networking media and keep themselves occupied. In the midst of the lockdown forced by different nations in an offer to forestall the further spread of the dangerous coronavirus, Afghanistan and Sunrisers Hyderabad's cutting edge spinner Rashid Khan participated in an Instagram live talk with well known TV moderator Ridhima Pathak.
During the association, Rashid was tossed with a few inquiries from his fans and adherents. Among them, the wily leg spinner additionally opened up on his preferred Bollywood film, on-screen character and entertainers.
Rashid revealed to Ridhima that individuals in Afghanistan love Bollywood movies, and he has additionally learnt Hindi by watching motion pictures.
Shah Rukh Khan, Salman Khan and Aamir Khan are the three celebrated stars in Afghanistan. At the point when gotten some information about his decision, Rashid picked Aamir Khan and named 3 dolts, Taare Zameen Par and Dangal among his preferred motion pictures.
Rashid further uncovered that Anushka Sharma and Preity Zinta are his preferred Bollywood on-screen characters.
Aside from speaking to SRH in the Indian Premier League (IPL), Rashid is additionally a celebrated face in numerous other T20 alliances. He plays for Adelaide Strikers in the Big Bash League (BBL) and has been an ordinary individual from the playing XI for as long as three years.
While Rashid engaged fans with his strokeplay with the willow, he kept on dazzling with the ball close by and furthermore asserted a cap stunt (in their game against Sydney Sixers). In this manner, he has been a power to deal with for the Strikers and has affectionate recollections of the beautiful Adelaide Oval.
Rashid was preparing for the IPL 2020 version, which was booked to bowl out from March 29. Nut now, the eventual fate of the current year's version stays hush-hush due to the coronavirus episode.