WPL: Holi celebrations were celebrated across the country. Players from five franchises in the Mumbai-based Women’s Premier League (WPL) will be donning the seven colours.
The people of the country celebrated Holi, the festival of colors, on Tuesday. They celebrated Sambara by sprinkling colors on their neighbors. Along with the people of the country, the players of the five franchises of the Women’s Premier League, which is being held in Mumbai, celebrated Holi in their hotels.
Just like in IPL, Holi celebrations were also held in the camp of the Royal Challengers Bangalore team, which is a huge craze in WPL. Captain Smriti Mandhana along with all the team players sprinkled colors on each other and enjoyed.
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In this order, RCB all-rounder, Ellyse Perry from Australia was showered in the colors of the team members. As if the septavarnas were a part of her body, the colors spread. RCB also shared photos related to this on social media. Photos of Smriti Mandhana, Richa Ghosh, Elise Perry, Heather Knight, Sophie Devin and Renuka Singh Thakur are creating a stir.
Recently in Perry’s Insta stories.. ‘If you apply it, will it (color) go away? Even after washing the team twice, this color does not fade. It won’t stay like this after buying it…’ she wrote.
Along with Perry, England captain Heather Knight also made similar comments. ‘My team got pink holly powder. My entire team became Ping because of this. Now it’s gone..? If anyone knows please tell me…’ she commented on Twitter.