Veteran Bollywood actor Dharmendra writes a heartfelt note for Indian cricketer Mohammed Siraj and commends him for keeping the spirit of an Indian sportsman alive.

Mohammed Siraj recently revealed that his father Mohammed Ghaus always dreamed to see his son play Test Cricket for the Indian National team.
Written By Apoorv Shandilya | Updated: January 24, 2021 18:49 IST
Veteran Bollywood actor Dharmendra writes a heartfelt note for Indian cricketer Mohammed Siraj and commends him for keeping the spirit of an Indian sportsman alive.

All of India recently fell in love with Mohammaed Siraj’s name after seeing him play in the recent test cricket match against Australia. Due to Siraj and his teammates' effort, India won a seemingly lost match against Australia. Despite this tremendous news, Siraj sadly also had to bear some sad news. Siraj’s father Mohammed Ghaus passed away recently. However, against all odds, Siraj chose to stay back in Australia and play for the Indian cricket team instead.

 
Now Veteran Bollywood actor Dharmendra has commended the actions of Siraj and congratulated him for keeping the spirit of a sportsman alive. Taking to social media the actor wrote, “Siraj , Brave Heart son of India Love you ...Naaz hai tujh par, dil par walid ki maut ka sdma liye tum watan ki Aan ke liye match khelte rahe ..aur ek unhoni jeet watan ke naam darj kar ke lote..Kal tujhe apne walid ki qabbr par dekh kar mun bhar aya . jannt naseeb ho unhein (I am so proud of you. You carrying the pain of your father's death in your heart but played for the glory of the country and registered an unexpected victory before you came back. It made my heart heavy to see you at your father's grave yesterday. May he be welcomed into heaven).”
 
 
Speaking to ANI about his father’s wishes Siraj recently revealed saying, "I played in Ranji, India A and IPL that helped me to play for India. My family gave me confidence which motived me. Mom used to say to stay back in Australia and fulfil dad's dream. I think my career has just begun. I don't want to relax now. I want to improve my performance.”


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