Watch: When Saiyami Kher from 'Mirzya' fame gave tips to Yuvraj, Virender Sehwag on straight drive!

Saiyami Kher has a bat in hand and she drives the ball straight back, copy book is the word. She knocks it straight a couple of times before making some room for herself to play the square cut.

Women cricketers in our country are slowly but surely getting the limelight thanks to some wonderful performances against big nations. Mithali Raj, Jhulan Goswami are world class, the rest are also making a name for themselves, for example, Harmanpreet Kaur recently played the Big Bash Women’s League in Australia. So, the age-old customary rituals that Indian women used to follow is dipping as they are getting empowered, thanks to education and its reach.

But the incident we are focusing on is when the Bollywood starlet took to cricket just before a major awards function, and the way Saiyami Kher plays the ball will stun you! She is wearing a designer blue dress, which is looking gorgeous. She has a bat in hand and she drives the ball straight back, copy book is the word. She knocks it straight a couple of times before making some room for herself to play the square cut and believe you me she caresses it through a virtual covers and point region.

In the video she also tags Yuvraj Singh and Virender Sehwag and the tweet read, ” Batting on the front foot, set for d @filmfare awards & #IndvAus!Any tips?

Well must be said she is a girl that packs a punch, to say cricket marauders something like that takes a lot of courage.

Saiyami Kher all the best for the awards night is all we have to say!

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