WATCH: Suresh Raina names MS Dhoni as most simplified person in Harbhajan Singh's new show

Raina spoke about various incidents about his life.

Harbhajan Singh and Suresh Raina | Youtube

Chennai Super Kings (CSK) spinner Harbhajan Singh has launched his show 'Quick Heal Bhajji Blast with CSK', a weekly talk show featuring top cricketers from India and aboard.

The first guest of the show is his India and CSK teammate Suresh Raina. The show was a perfect reflection of how good the bonding is between the two cricketers who have played with each other for a long time.

They talked about the common jersey number 3 between them. Raina spoke about the story behind picking up number 3. He said it's a lucky digit for him in his life. Not only jersey number, the two have a similar nickname, Sonu. 

Later in the show, Raina revealed how Harbhajan used to back him during World Cup 2011. The southpaw had got only one game during the group stage. However, the spinner believed that he will get a big game and it turned out correct as Raina played a match-winning innings against Australia and Pakistan in Quarter Finals and Semi-Finals, respectively.

Talking about one of the toughest phases in his life, Raina shared the incident from 2006 when he had suffered a knee injury and was doubtful of even walking again. However, he made a comeback and turned out to be the highest run-getter in the domestic tournament playing for Virender Sehwag led side. 

Harbhajan, during the rapid fire round, shared some funny incident. He asked about the one who farts the most in the team. But before Raina could answer, the spinner himself answered and named Yuvraj Singh. He also shared one incident from his county match in England when he had to stop in mid-way in his bowling run-up because umpire had farted. They both burst into laughter as soon as the offie completed the story.

The 31-year-old Raina named MS Dhoni as the most simplified and straightforward person in his rapid-fire round. 

Here is the complete video:


By Sihyeu Singh - 09 May, 2018

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