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Indian national cricket team players enjoy playing Holi in the team bus

Indian National cricket team players are enjoying themselves playing the festival of Holi. The team was seen painted with various colors in the team bus on 7th March, Tuesday.
Virat Kohli, Shubhman Gill, Rohit Sharma and Shreyas Iyer were seen in the video shared by Shubhman Gill.
Indian players enjoying Holi
Shubhman Gill posted the video on his Instagram channel with the joyous Virat Kohli singing the song ‘Calm Down’ in the team bus. Rohit Sharma sprayed the holi colors on the former skipper Virat Kohli and everyone seemed to enjoy themselves.
One of the most well-known and important Hindu holidays is Holi, often referred to as the Festival of Colors, Festival of Spring, and Festival of Love. It honors the enduring and holy love of Radha and Krishna, two Hindu deities.
Before the fourth Test match against Australia, the Indian squad flew into Ahmedabad on Monday.
On March 9 in Ahmedabad, the fourth Test match between India and Australia will feature Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his Australian counterpart, Anthony Albanese. If India wants to go to the WTC finals, they must win the Fourth Test.
India national cricket team lost the third test of the Border Gavaskar Trophy by 9 wickets. Even though India is leading the series 2-1, they are yet to qualify for the final of the World Test Championship.
Australia showed great temperament in the 3rd test as Indian batters failed to play the turning ball. After the second Test in Delhi, Cummins traveled to Sydney to be with his mother Martha, who is receiving palliative treatment for breast cancer.
The availability of Cummins, who was chosen Australia’s ODI captain last year, for the three-match ODI series against India that follows the Ahmedabad Test is still unknown.
The ODIs begin on March 17, while the fourth Test is scheduled to take place from March 9 to March 13.