With Harbhajan Singh marrying Geeta Basra, a popular Bollywood actress, we thought why not compile a list of Bollywood actress who married Indian Cricketer. Yes, it does mean the same as hottest Indian Cricketer Wife.
Hottest Indian Cricketer Wife
So here are the top 10 hottest Indian Cricketers Spouse’s –
Anushka Sharma – Virat Kohli Wife
Anushka Sharma is a leading Bollywood actress and she married Virat Kohli. She is #1 in the list of hottest Indian Cricketer Wives.
Ritika Sajdeh Sharma – Rohit Sharma Wife
Ritika is a wife of Rohit Sharma, the Mumbai Indian Captain. She always watches all the Rohit Sharma matches.
Mayanti Langer – Stuart Binny Wife
Stuart Binny might be in and off the Indian Cricket playing XI but Mayanti’s always on top as TV Sports journalist currently with STAR. She bowled him over in 2013 when the coupled decided to get married the same year.
Sagarika Ghatge – Zaheer Khan Wife
Indian hockey girl in the movie Chak De India, aka Preethi Sabharwal has an original name as Sagarika Ghatge. She married Zaheer Khan after years of dating him.
Zaheer Khan Wife Name: Sagarika Ghatge
Zaheer Khan marriage date: 24 April 2017
Geeta Basra – Harbhajan Singh’s Wife
Well Geeta Basra is enough to describe her not only as the Harbhajan Singh’s wife but also a known Bollywood actress. The coupled got married in October 2015.
Harbhajan Singh Wife Name: Geeta Singh Basra
Harbhajan Singh Marriage Date: 29 October 2015
Everyone has forgotten Vinod Kambli but atleast for this list he will be remembered. Vinod Kambli wife is a hot figure as well.
Shikhar Dhawan Wife
Shikhar Dhawan wife is also famous for watching his matches regularly. Her name is Ayesha Mukherjee and both have a son name Zoravar.
Sakshi Singh Dhoni
Dhoni married Sakshi Singh Rawat in 2010 who was her schoolmate in Dehradun. Who doesn’t know the Mr.Dependable and his wife is a popular figure.
Deepika Dinesh Karthik
Natasha Jain Gambhir
So, those were some of the beautiful wives of Indian cricketers. Whom you like to see more often and did I miss anything?
This post was last modified on February 23, 2019 12:13 PM