Shubman Gill Received A ‘Get Well Soon’ Tweet From Alleged GF, Sara Tendulkar After Getting Dengue?


Shubman Gill Received A 'Get Well Soon' Tweet From Alleged GF, Sara Tendulkar After Getting Dengue?

Shubman Gill, one of the most prolific cricketers, needs no introduction. The young player never shies away from melting a zillion hearts with his oh-so-swift 4s and 6s at the cricket grounds. However, the news of Shubman Gill being dengue-stricken ahead of the World Cup 2023 made the cricket lovers, a bit upset. However, apart from his professional front, Shubman often hits the headlines with his relationship rumours with Sachin Tendulkar’s daughter. Sara Tendulkar. Although neither of them ever accepted being in a relationship, it often gets sparked. And yet the same happened again, as a tweet went viral.

Did Sara Tendulkar wish Shubman Gill with a ‘get well soon’ message?

Recently, a tweet from Sara Tendulkar’s account went viral, which featured a ‘get well soon’ message for Shubman Gill. This particular tweet received 4.8 million views and 104.7K likes. However, it can’t be determined whether it’s Sara’s official account on X (previously Twitter) or not; the way the tweet is going viral proved the craze of the fanbase of the alleged lovebirds. The tweet can be read as:

“Get well soon #ShubmanGill.”

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When reports claimed that Sara Tendulkar and Shubman Gill were back together after their brief break-up

Although it’s been a long since the relationship rumours between Sara Tendulkar and Shubman Gill have been making rounds, another rumour about their break-up made their fans a bit upset. However, a few days ago, a report by Filmfare claimed that Sara and Shubman are back together, and the former even started following the cricketer’s sister, Shahneel Gill on Instagram.

When the IG exchanges between Shubman Gill and Sara Tendulkar made rounds on social media

It was back in June 2023 when some old IG exchanges of Shubman and Sara surfaced online. While in one screengrab, Shubman’s rumoured girlfriend, Sara, wished him on his birthday, in another photo, Sara penned a hilarious comment to a fan’s message who asked Shubman if he had edited one of his old photos. Yet in another screengrab, we could see Sara commenting ‘Congratulations’ on Shubman’s post, and as the latter said ‘Thanks’, Hardik Panday entered and started pulling Shubman’s leg by saying:

“Most welcome from her.”

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Shubman Gill’s dating deets with Sara Ali Khan

Fans of Shubman have been rendered confused about which Sara, Shubman was actually dating, as the cricketer had also been speculated to be dating Bollywood actress, Sara Ali Khan. However, it’s worth mentioning that neither the cricketer nor the actress admitted to being in a relationship ever.

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Shubman Gill’s latest health reports

However, a ray of hope is pepping out for the cricket lovers and Shubman’s fans who wanted with their hearts and souls to see him on the field during the World Cup 2023. As per the recent reports, Shubman is recovering, and he is likely to join the Indian cricket squad for the next match. A source told the news portal, ANI that Shubman will not go to his home to take a rest, and he will be back on the field to show his charisma before the India-Pakistan match. The source can be quoted as saying:

“Subhman Gill is recovering and he will be traveling with the team to Delhi, he will be with the team and is not likely to go to his home Chandigarh for rest we hope that he will be back on the field before the match against Pakistan and playing against Afghanistan will depend on his next report.”

Do you think Sara Tendulkar dropped the adorable Tweet for her rumoured beau, Shubman Gill? Let us know!

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