Pakistani actress Sehar Shinwari says she’ll ‘marry a Zimbabwean’ if they beat India


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Pakistani actor Sehar Shinwari promised on Twitter that she “will marry a Zimbabwean, if their team miraculously beats India in the next game”. The two teams are due to face off on November 6 at the 2022 ICC T20 World Cup.

Pakistan managed to keep their dim hopes of bringing the semi-finals of the T20 World Cup 2022 alive with victory against South Africa on Thursday, November 3. However, their fate is not in their hands as they need India or South Africa to lose. their last game to climb to the top two places in the Group 2 standings.

The six teams in the group will be next in action on November 6, with Pakistan taking on Bangladesh while India and South Africa take on Zimbabwe and the Netherlands respectively.

A defeat for India coupled with a victory for Pakistan would be the dream scenario for Babar Azam’s side as it will see the Men in Green eliminate their neighbors through a better net run rate.

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However, Zimbabwe would really need to punch above their weight to dethrone Rohit Sharma’s men from top spot. India have lost only one game in the tournament so far and look in good form.

That didn’t stop Pakistani actor Sehar Shinwari from hoping for a miracle on Twitter. In a Nov. 3 tweet, Shinwari said, “I will marry a Zimbabwean, if his team miraculously beats India in the next match.”

Zimbabwe have already pulled off a major upset in this tournament by sealing a thrilling final against Pakistan, beating them by 1 point. This remains the Chevrons’ only win in the Super 12 stage, leaving them in fifth place in the standings.

Shinwari, meanwhile, is known for her wry humor after earlier vowing to quit Twitter if India beat Pakistan in their tournament opener. On October 23, she tweeted saying, “If India wins today I will delete Twitter forever and never come back”




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