WATCH: Chahal’s wife Dhanashree grooves to ‘Sona kitna sona hai’ in Ireland

Team India’s leg-spinner Yuzvendra Chahal is currently in Ireland for the two-match T20 series, which the visitors won 2-0 on Tuesday (June 28). Chahal, who played in the first T20I but was rested for the second match, is expected to be a part of the T20 and ODI series squads that take on England next month. The IPL 2022 Purple Cap winner is touring Ireland with his wife and Bollywood choreographer Dhanashree Verma.

Dhanashree posted a video of herself dancing to the hit song ‘Sona Kitna Sona Hai’ from the 1997 Govinda and Karisma Kapoor-starrer Hero No. Dressed in a white shirt and white pants, he can be seen performing some incredible dance moves. She dances to the song on the streets of Dublin where Team India is currently playing a T20 series against Ireland.

“The flowers and the weather forced me to do this. Keeping it casual. Like the 90s,” she captioned the video.

Watch Dhanshree Verma’s video here…

Since being posted 21 hours ago, the video has garnered over two million views. This also prompted netizens to post several comments. “Hahaha cutie,” commented one Instagram user. “You always rock,” wrote another. “Best dancer,” said a third.

Choreographer and YouTuber Dhanashree Verma and cricketer Yuzvendra Chahal got married in December 2020 at a resort in Gurugram. They got married in a Hindu ceremony at the Karma Lakelands resort.

India’s T20 captain Hardik Pandya, spinner Yuzvendra Chahal and batsman Deepak Hooda used the time to witness the sights and sounds of Dublin – the city they are currently in for the ongoing series. Hardik and Chahal later took to social media to share pictures and videos from the outing.

“Boys Day Out,” wrote Chahal on Instagram Sharing a couple of pictures.

In the first picture, he can be seen making eye contact with Hardik, while in the second picture, the leg-spinner can be seen chatting with Hooda.

In the first innings of the first T20I, Chahal returned figures of 1/11 in his quota of three overs in a rain-interrupted game, which was reduced to 12 overs. Meanwhile, Hardik also claimed a wicket as Ireland posted 108/4.