'Legends don’t retire': Bollywood congratulates Yuvraj Singh on retirement from Cricket
New Delhi : Cricketer Yuvraj Singh on Monday announced his retirement from the International games. The World Cup winner informed everyone about the end of his 17-year-long career at a press conference. Since then, the wishes have been pouring in for the cricketer. Bollywood was not too far as actors and actresses thanked the southpaw and wished him all the best for his second innings.
Check out the tweets from Bollywood celebs wishing Yuvraj Singh on his retirement
So many memories, victories, World Cup, unforgettable 6 sixes in an over & so much more! @YUVSTRONG12 you are an inspiration to all Indians! Always making India proud! Wishing you all the happiness, luck & success for the future! You will be missed! Thank you for everything! pic.twitter.com/vo0JL7P0wK— Anil Kapoor (@AnilKapoor) June 10, 2019
I would always be asked this question..who are your favourite cricketers n One of the names in my reply would always b ur name @YUVSTRONG12 ...that’s never going to change ..The life n times of @YUVSTRONG12 ...you will always b missed but never forgotten our friend our hero...❤️ pic.twitter.com/9353zv0miI— Neha Dhupia (@NehaDhupia) June 10, 2019
Dearest @YUVSTRONG12!!! You have inspired millions of Indians all over the world not only as a great cricketer but also as a person whose attitude towards life has been that of a complete WINNER. People like you don’t retire. We will always applaud your strength & courage.🙏😍 pic.twitter.com/Y90auVDj30— Anupam Kher (@AnupamPKher) June 10, 2019
Thank you for the service you have done to Indian cricket. A true champion who carried himself with decorum at all times. You made memories on the field and off which we as Indian fans shall always cherish. It’s Time.. #Yuvrajsingh #YuvrajSinghRetires #jerseyno12 pic.twitter.com/3Iu11LjegP— ANGAD BEDI (@Imangadbedi) June 10, 2019
“Mujhe bola gaya tha agar aapse ‘Yo Yo’ test pass nahi hota toh aap retirement match khel sakate ho (I was told that if you are not able to pass the ‘Yo Yo’ test, I would get a farewell game),” the 37-year-old said at an emotional press conference to announce his decision to quit international cricket to pursue a freelance T20 career internationally.