Dhanashree Breaks Silence On Rift Rumours, Says “It Was Hateful, Hurtful To Hear All Of That”
The controversy related to the Indian cricketer Yuzvendra Chahal and his wife Dhanashree Verma came to an end after the former made a post on his Instagram account in which he asked everyone to stop talking about them as everything is fine.
It all started after Dhanashree Verma removed “Chahal” surname from her bio on Instagram and Yuzi made a post that read “New Life Loading…” on his Instagram account. This made online users speculate that things were not on good terms between the couple and they must be heading towards separation/divorce. Soon, social media networks were flooded with reactions and some comments were really bad in taste.
Now Dhanashree has opened up in this regard as today she has made a post on Instagram in which she reveals that she has got her knee injured while dancing in the last reel and doctors have made it clear that if she wants to dance further in life, she will have to undergo a surgery. She adds that for the last 14 days, she is in pain, taking rest at home and the only movement that she has had is from bed to couch. Dhanashree goes on to say that what has got her through this tough phase is the support that she is getting from her husband, family and the closest friends.
Talking about the hateful comments that are circulating on social media networks, she said that it was hateful and hence hurtful and quite draining as well on her. The YouTuber further added that though she was very worried and afraid as to how she would live her life from here after the injury, today she has woken up with new confidence and she is absolutely fearless. She also reveals that she is undergoing physiotherapy and rehab.
According to Dhanashree, now she feels wiser as she has understood that people will talk as long as she is living but it will not affect her anymore. She has signed the post with the initials, “DVC” after thanking her followers for turning her weakness into strength and helping her strengthening her integrity as well.
Here is the post:
Soon her followers and friends began commenting on her post but the comment that stood out from all other comments was made by her husband Yuzvendra Chahal who wrote, “My woman”.
Yuzi is not a part of the Indian squad which is playing in Zimbabwe and he will be back in action in the Asia Cup 2022 which is going to start from August 27. The tournament is being hosted by Sri Lanka but it will be played in UAE and India’s first match will be against its arch-rival Pakistan on August 28.
Be strong Dhanashree and get well soon!