Fans are waiting with bated breath for the India vs Australia ICC World Cup 2023 final to be played at the Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad on Sunday (19 November). Meanwhile, Bollywood actress has said a big thing about India’s victory.
Before the ICC World Cup final between India and Australia, actress Urvashi Rautela says, “I am very excited. I am sure India will win the trophy…” Let us tell you that the actress has reached Ahmedabad to watch the match.
Let us tell you that in August, Urvashi Rautela had unveiled the ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup trophy under the Eiffel Tower in Paris. The actress posed while standing next to the trophy.
India celebrated another World Cup win over Pakistan on 14 October. The actress had reached Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad to watch this match. During this time his 24 carat gold iPhone was stolen.
After which the actress received a mail from Groww Traders, in which it was written that, I have your phone, if you want to get it back then you will have to help me. My brother has cancer and should get him treated.
Talking about work front, Urvashi was last seen in the web series Inspector Avinash. He was also accompanied by Randeep Hooda, Amit Sial, Abhimanyu Singh and Freddy Daruwala. This show was released on JioCinema on 18 May.
The actress has worked in Sanam Re and Great Grand Masti, Hate Story 4 and Anees Bazmee’s comedy film Pagalpanti. Although he has not done many films.
The actress is also a very good dancer. The reason for this is that this actress is a trained dancer. Urvashi specializes in the following five dance forms: Bharatanatyam, Kathak, Jazz, Hip-Hop and Belly Dance.
The actress made her Bollywood debut in 2013 with Singh Saab The Great. He was cast opposite Sunny Deol. Even though the film flopped at the box-office, the audience appreciated his acting a lot.
At the same time, while talking to the media in Chennai, South Star Rajinikanth had narrated his experience of the India vs New Zealand semi-final match. He told the news agency PTI, “At first I felt nervous. Later, when wickets kept falling, everything became fine. ‘I was very nervous during that one and a half hour. But I am 100% sure that the (World) Cup is ours.