Angad Bedi’s Heartfelt Response To Salman Khan After Bishan Singh Bedi’s Passing

In the world of Indian cricket, the legendary spinner and former captain, Bishan Singh Bedi, passed away recently at the age of 77. His contribution to the sport was celebrated by various prominent figures, including Shah Rukh Khan and Salman Khan, who offered their condolences on social media.

Angad Bedi Acknowledges Salman Khan’s Tribute

Amid the tributes, Salman Khan took to social media to express his condolences to Angad Bedi, Bishan Singh Bedi’s son. Salman Khan’s heartfelt message read, “My dear brother Angad it saddens me to hear abt your dad, Wat a bowler n wat a man, we as a family have loved n respected him. God bless his soul. Now u r the head of the family. Upar wala sir dekh ke Sardari deta hai. Your dad was a legend brother. Love u.”

Angad Bedi’s Gracious Response

"Angad Bedi's touching response to Salman Khan in the style of 'Tiger Zinda Hai' following the loss of his father, Bishan Singh Bedi."

In a heartwarming response, Angad Bedi, who had previously shared screen space with Salman Khan in the 2017 action film “Tiger Zinda Hai,” reciprocated in a manner reminiscent of the film. He retweeted Salman Khan’s message and expressed his gratitude, saying, “Aaounga toh saath… varna Satsiakal sir!! @BeingSalmanKhan bhai that phone call meant a lot.. thank you.”

Remembering Bishan Singh Bedi

Bishan Singh Bedi, born in Amritsar on September 25, 1946, began his cricketing journey in 1966, representing the Indian cricket team until 1979. Throughout his illustrious career, he participated in approximately 67 Test matches, claiming 266 wickets. In the ODIs, Bedi showcased his skills by taking seven wickets and played a pivotal role in leading the Indian team to victory in the 1971 series against England. At the time, he was appointed captain after Ajit Wadekar suffered injuries.

A Cricketing Legend

Regarded by experts as one of the finest Indian spinners, Bedi also left his mark in domestic cricket, representing Delhi in the Ranji Trophy.

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