Bollywood Blind Item – August 2019 – 19
You might have heard about this recent earthquake that happened in the Indian cricket team. It was a while ago, but apparently things are not cooling down. It’s kind of silly, if you think about it. This is not even about them, the team. It’s about their husbands and now sh!t is going down that will make it hard for them to come back from it.
There was a blind item months ago about this actress and how she has been putting herself where she shouldn’t have, such as attending official events with the team and so on. It is strange because official events are meant for those associated with the team and not for those, who are married to the team’s players.
Obviously, people notice the exemption they made for her and the other wives also noticed. Someone has to bow down and let the actress take lead, but guess what? That ain’t happening anytime soon.
It’s funny, though. WAGs used to be a thing in the UK when the football world cup period is on. It wasn’t really a thing in India. Did this actress now make it a thing? Most importantly, do we need to make this a thing? Is this because she is a famous actress so more focus is given on the WAGs?
Such a headache! If only, boundaries weren’t crossed, they wouldn’t be in this mess!
Check out the blind item below from Mumbai Mirror.
THE latest from the Indian cricket dressing room, we hear, are WAG cliques. One famous omnipresent WAG is using her chatty-social media skills to make a group of her own with fellow WAGs and players.
She is also taking advantage of the limitations of a rival who cannot be part of all the tours because of her own professional commitments. This coterie formation is still on the boil, and everyone, including us, is watching keenly.
Famous Omnipresent WAG: Ritika Sajdeh
Rival: Anushka Sharma
Speaking of their wives, in the same press con, the questions about the differences between Rohit and Virat’s wives were also raised. However, instead of them answering, it was Ravi Shastri, who was also present at the conference, has a very interesting take on this question.