Ravindra Jadeja: Know more about the man who is called 'Sir'

Updated: Jul 12, 2019, 12:27 | Shawn.Dsouza
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    Ravindrasinh Jadeja is India's star all-rounder, who plays in the middle-order and is also a slow left-arm bowler.

    Ravindra Jadeja poses while he chills in a swimming pool

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    Ravindra Jadeja plays for the Chennai Super Kings franchise at the Indian Premier League

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    It was after the ICC World T20 in 2009, when cricket portals and social media began calling Jadeja as 'Sir Ravindra Jadeja' which ended up going viral. Jadeja's CSK teammates MS Dhoni, Suresh Raina and R Ashwin would often share jokes and sarcastic lines on Jadeja on Twitter. Ravindra Jadeja, however, stated in 2013, that he does not mind the nickname since it was a joke and everyone liked it. 

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    Ravindra Jadeja, who was not part of Team India's squad against Australia in September 2017, posted a cryptic photo on Instagram. He captioned it: Had a really great "Night Out" last night, according to my police report.#rajputboy.' Now, it is not clear as to whether Jadeja was booked by cops or if he just had a wild 'night'. The post surely left most of his fans confused

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    Ravindra Jadeja and Riva Solanki were married in the traditional 'Kshatriya' style at Rajkot in June 2016. Ravindra Jadeja's marriage celebrations in Rajkot were embroiled in controversy after there were reports of some celebratory gunshots being fired during the wedding procession

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    The firing into the air that was reportedly done by the Indian cricketer's relatives during the procession almost led to a catastrophe with Jadeja being nearly thrown off by his panicked horse

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    Not much time later, Jadeja posted photos on his Instagram account of him and his wife Riva Solanki during a safari in Gir forest. The couple is seen posing with endangered Asiatic lions in the background. The pictures have been removed from Instagram

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    According to reports, Gujarat Forest department had ordered an inquiry after some of the photos-- where Jadeja along with his wife Reeva can be seen posing in front of lions

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    Ravindra Jadeja was let off by Gujarat forest department after he paid a fine of Rs 20,000 for a taking selfie with lions at Gir Wildlife Sanctuary at Sasan in Junagadh, an act strictly prohibited by law

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    Jadeja threw the ball at opener Dimuth Karunaratne off his own bowling when the batsman was inside the crease and the umpire ruled it "dangerous". The breach added three demerit points to his tally, resulting in his suspension. Jadeja was slapped with a 50 per cent fine on his match fee (Level 2 offence).

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    Ravindra Jadeja has a lot of love for horses and spends most of his time with them at his farmhouse

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Indian all-rounder Ravindra Jadeja shut quite a few of his critics as well as gave the fans a performance to remember when India faced New Zealand in the semifinals. Jadeja, has had a career filled with highs and lows. Here are some of them

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