Harbhajan Singh, is the 'jungle' King!
India's veteran cricketer Harbhajan Singh posted a picture of him bowing down in front of his actor wife Geeta Basra on Instagram with a quirky caption
India's veteran cricketer Harbhajan Singh posted a picture of him bowing down in front of his actor wife Geeta Basra on Instagram and wrote: "Sher...King of Jungle bows in front of the Sherni... @geetabasra ...Respect Women..." Well said, Mr Singh!
Harbajan Singh was born into a Sikh family. He is the only son of Sardar Sardev Singh Plaha, a businessman who owned a ball bearing and valve factory. Growing up with five sisters, Harbhajan was in line to inherit the family business, but his father insisted that he concentrate on his cricket career and represent India.
Harbhajan was trained as a batsman by his first coach Charanjit Singh Bhullar, but converted to spin bowling after his coach's untimely death saw him turn to the tutelage of Davinder Arora. Arora credits Harbhajan's success to a work ethic that included a three-hour training session in the morning, followed by an afternoon session lasting from 3 pm until after sunset.
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