Yuvraj Singh starts brand new innings

Yuvraj Singh, considered as one of the finest all-rounders India have ever produced, announced retirement from international cricket earlier this month.

Yuvraj Singh starts brand new innings
Yuvraj Singh speaks during a press briefing. Photo: AFP

After ruling the cricket field for nearly two decades, Yuvraj is all set to begin the brand new innings of his life in the entertainment industry.

The star all-rounder hailed from Punjab will be seen as the part of the Hotstar Specials latest series titled ‘The Office’ which is an official adaptation of the international series of the similar title.

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Yuvraj said about the new venture as quoted by the Bombay Times,

“Well, it’s always good to try something new. Saari life cricket khela hai. Cricket has given me everything, but because it has been such a big part of my life, kabhi kuch aur karne ka time hi nahi mila. Socha, let’s try something different and fun.”

The show is comprised of thirteen episodes, showcasing the life of employees at Wilkins Chawla, a paper company on the outskirts of Faridabad.

The 37-year old further said, “I had a very interesting experience with the employees there, and I must say, maine ek jagah pe itni craziness kabhi nahi dekhi.”

“But I guess that’s what an office is all about. Unique experience tha. I am still keeping my options open for now, aaram se decide karenge.”

Yuvraj has recently been drafted for GLT20 by Toronto Nationals has said, “I have been playing international cricket on and off for 17 years. Now, it is time to say goodbye, to move on and walk away. It has been a roller coaster ride and a great story but it has to come to an end. This is the best time to move on.”


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