“These are worthless people filled with hate,” Wife of Bhuvneshwar Kumar slams detractors, asks them to become better human beings

Bhuvneshwar Kumar is coping a lot of criticism because of his poor performances in the last few games

While the Indian medium pacer Bhuvneshwar Kumar has remained quiet on the constant criticism that he has received from the Indian fans after his poor performances in the death overs recently, his wife broke the silence today on Instagram and she appeared to be calling Bhuvi’s detractors “worthless people”, without addressing them directly.

According to the wife of Bhuvneshwar Kumar, some people just operate on hate and it reflects in the kind of comments they make, but they should keep in mind that nobody is getting disturbed by whatever comments they are making.

Bhuvi’s wife, who also hails from Uttar Pradesh, urged people to become better human beings, rather than throwing hateful comments on social media, but she also said that people who are filled with hate and envy don’t really have too much scope of becoming better human beings.


The form of Bhuvneshwar Kumar has dipped all of a sudden

Bhuvneshwar Kumar has been one of India’s consistent bowlers in T20I cricket in the last year or so, but his form has dipped all of a sudden since the super 4 round of Asia Cup and because of his loose bowling in the death overs, India has lost three back to back games.


Bhuvneshwar, however, is still a part of India’s T20 World Cup squad and is likely to open the bowling for India alongside Jasprit Bumrah in the showpiece event in Australia, but his form at the moment is a concern and the Indian fans are wondering if he will be able to deliver in the World Cup or not.

Bhuvi, being his calm and composed self, has not responded to the criticism in any way whatsoever, but his wife seems to have had enough of the criticism and she decided to come up with a story on Instagram today to send a clear message to Bhuvi’s detractors that the fast bowler is not getting affected by their criticism.



I write a bit on cricket and I am more interested in technical and tactical side of the game, rather than bravado.

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