After Urvashi Rautela, Another Indian Actress Fell for Naseem Shah, Wrote Dil Ki Baat

Pakistan’s fast bowler Naseem Shah dominates the Asia Cup. He has proved his mettle with the ball and bat. People all over the world have become his admirers and something similar is also true of Indian TV actresses. It is being talked about Surbhi Jyoti who has become the latest fan of Naseem Shah. Seeing the performance of Naseem Shah against Afghanistan, Surabhi Jyoti praised this Pakistani player fiercely and she also wrote her heart on Twitter. Let us tell you that before Surbhi Jyoti, Urvashi Rautela has also given place to Naseem Shah in her Instagram reel.

Surbhi Jyoti became Naseem Shah’s admirer
Surbhi Jyoti tweeted after watching Naseem Shah’s performance against Afghanistan, ‘Pakistan has definitely got a gem…’ The tweet has been posted.

Before Surbhi Jyoti, Bollywood actress Urvashi Rautela shared a video of Naseem Shah smiling on her Instagram reel, in which she was shy. Talking about Surbhi Jyoti, she is the actress in the famous TV serial Naagin. Surbhi Jyoti got a lot of fame from the serial Qubool Hai. She also received the Indian Telly Awards for this show. In the year 2021, Surbhi made her Bollywood debut with the movie name was Kya Meri Sonam Gupta Bewafa Hai.

Naseem Shah dominated in Asia Cup
Apart from bowling brilliantly against India, this player surprised the world with his amazing batting against Afghanistan in Super-4. Naseem Shah gave victory to Pakistan by hitting two consecutive sixes against Afghanistan. Pakistan needed 11 runs in the last over and had only one wicket left, but Naseem Shah gave the team victory by hitting two sixes in the first two balls of the last over.

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