Nimrat Kaur had also rubbished the rumours of them dating.
Recently, we woke up to the news of Airlift actress Nimrat Kaur dating Indian cricket team coach, Ravi Shastri that took the Internet by storm. After Nimrat, Indian’s coach has now rubbished the rumours.
When Mid-Day got in touch with Ravi Shastri to get his reaction on dating rumours, the coach directly denied the news saying it’s the biggest load of dung. While speaking to the leading tabloid, Shastri said, “Nothing to say when it is the biggest load of cow dung. Cow dung says it all."
Further when he was asked about his last meeting with Kaur, he wittily replied, “When I say cow dung, you must understand." Yesterday, Nimrat Kaur had also rubbished the rumours of them dating. The Airlift actress had taken it to social media and wrote, “Fact: I may need a root canal. Fiction: Everything else I read about me today. More facts: Fiction can be more hurtful, monday blues exist and I love ice cream. Here’s to trash free happy days ahead(sic).”
Fact: I may need a root canal. Fiction: Everything else I read about me today. More facts: Fiction can be more hurtful, monday blues exist and I love ice cream. Heres to trash free happy days ahead
However, a report in Mumbai Mirror suggested, “The two have been dating rather discreetly for over two years. It’s also probably more than a coincidence that both Shastri and Nimrat have been roped in by a German luxury carmaker to launch its cars every year since 2015.” On the work front, Nimrat is busy shooting for the 2nd season of Alt Balaji’s web series, The Test Case, while Ravi Shastri is in England for Team India’s test match against England.
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