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Bollywood was happy about India’s victory in the 2023 Asia Cup and congratulated in a special way.

Bollywood was happy about India's victory in the 2023 Asia Cup and congratulated in a special way.

This weekend brought great happiness to cricket lovers. In fact, India won the 2023 Asia Cup title by putting up a magical performance on the field. Team India’s performance was unmatched in their excellent performance against Sri Lanka. This victory not only thrilled the cricket fans but all the Bollywood celebrities were also happy about India’s victory.

After the Indian cricket team’s spectacular win, everyone from Anushka Sharma and Siddharth Malhotra to Vicky Kaushal and Vikrant Massey expressed happiness on social media.

Many B-Town celebs took to social media to congratulate the Indian cricket team on India’s win against Sri Lanka in the 2023 Asia Cup match. Anushka Sharma wrote on Instagram Stories, “What’s up Mian. Magic!!” and tagged cricketer Mohammed Siraj.

Actress Vicky Kaushal also wrote on Insta Stories, “On (Fire). What magic!!!”

Sidharth Malhotra tweeted: “#TeamIndia showed their bowling power today.” Congratulations on their great win in the #AsiaCup2023! Well done, champions!”

Meanwhile, filmmaker SS Rajamouli also tweeted: “Siraj Mian, our Tollychowki boy shines in the Asia Cup final with 6 wickets… and he has a big heart, he runs too long to cross boundaries with his bowling.” Is. …”

Actor Vikrant Massey also posted a picture on his Instagram stories and captioned it, “How will Sharma reach a century now???”.

Team India defeated Sri Lanka in the final of the Asia Cup 2023 in Colombo yesterday, winning by 10 wickets. India performed brilliantly in this win and Mohammad Siraj played an important role by taking 6 wickets for 21 runs. Siraj’s performance in the final was one of the many highlights for India in the tournament.

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