Mithali Raj, an Indian cricketer, has announced her retirement from all forms of international cricket.
“It was a privilege to have commanded the team for so long. Her comment adds, “It undoubtedly impacted me as a person and hopefully helped develop Indian Women’s Cricket as well.”
Mithali Raj, who announced her retirement from all forms of international cricket after a two-decade brilliant career, would be remembered as an inspirational person, according to actress Taapsee Pannu.
Pannu, who portrays Raj in the upcoming biopic “Shabaash Mithu,” praised the 39-year-old as a role model.
“There are cricketers who have records to their credit.” There are cricketers who have a large fan base. There are those cricketers who inspire you and convince you that if they can do it, so can you! “And then there’s Mithali,” Pannu added in a statement, “who did all of this in her trademark graceful style while also changing the game of cricket in terms of women’s presence.”
Raj’s legacy, particularly her dedication to women’s cricket, will be remembered, according to the actress.
Pannu expressed her gratitude for the opportunity to play the cricketer in the film, which is set to hit theaters in July. “
She will be recognized for her contribution to women’s cricket all around the world, not only in our country.”
As a fan, I was simply too fortunate to be able to see her incredible 23-year journey on camera, which taught me so much about tenacity and perseverance.
“She is a true legend for whom we will never be grateful enough,” Pannu remarked.
Raj, one of the best female cricketers of all time, finished her illustrious career with a record 7805 runs in 232 One-Day Internationals. She also played in 12 Tests and 89 T20 Internationals for India.