Sourav Ganguly responds hilariously after Harbhajan Singh shares female looks of ex-India cricketers

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Sourav Ganguly. (Image Source: Twitter)

The latest trend among netizens is the love for gender swap application. This app changes the gender of the picture uploaded, keeping some of the traits intact.


Fans instantly tried the app on almost all prominent members in the Indian cricketing fraternity. The results were hilariously fascinating as fans witnessed some of the icons donning their feminine avatar.

The trend soon reached legends, Yuvraj Singh and Harbhajan Singh. Bhajji also uploaded a gender swap version of a collage of the Indian team from the past.


It included the feminine version of Sachin Tendulkar, Rahul Dravid, Sourav Ganguly, Virender Sehwag, Gautam Gambhir, Zaheer Khan, Ashish Nehra, along with Yuvi and Bhajji.

“Who do u wanna go on date as @yuvisofficial asked yesterday,” captioned Bhajji’s post.


Soon, current BCCI President Ganguly responded by commenting, “I like the middle one with flashy glasses.”

In the absence of any cricketing events, the action has now shifted online with notable personalities engaging with their fans through ‘Q&A’ sessions, naming best XI and other opinions. All in their bid to keep themselves relevant to the fans.

Also, sports personality have often engaged on Instagram Live sessions, looking back at their feats and stints together at various international tournaments.


Harbhajan was scheduled to take part in the thirteenth season of the Indian Premier League (IPL) for Chennai Super Kings (CSK).

The tournament lies postponed indefinitely due to the onset of COVID-19 pandemic in India.

Meanwhile, the BCCI, headed by Dada, is firefighting with the possibilities of the non-conduct of the tournament this year, incurring multi-thousand crore losses.


Both – BCCI and Cricket Australia (CA) have agreed to go ahead with the Border Gavaskar Trophy, starting December 3.

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