Aamir Khan Pens a Heartfelt Note for Indian Cricket Team After Their Defeat in the Semi-Finals

Aamir Khan Pens a Heartfelt Note for Indian Cricket Team After Their Defeat in the Semi-Finals

India played hard in the semi-final against New Zealand but in vain. After being defeated by the Kiwis last night, B-Town celebrities took to social media to show them support
Aamir Khan Pens a Heartfelt Note for Indian Cricket Team After Their Defeat in the Semi-Finals
Aamir Khan and Virat Kohli

In what happened to be a sad day for India, the Indian cricket team was defeated by New Zealand in the semi-finals of the ICC World Cup and the nation suffered from heartbreak. While they played the best they could and brought their A-game to reach this stage of the World Cup, New Zealand truly made the Indian team struggle before stealing the match from right beneath them. Not all was lost however, as many fans and Bollywood celebrities took to social media to praise the team for their continued efforts; right until the end of the match.

One such celebrity who stood by their side was Aamir Khan who took to Twitter to pen a rather emotional note for the boys in blue and praised them for their stellar performance throughout the tournament which has been taking place in England.

"Hard luck Virat. Just wasn't our day today. For me, India had already won the World Cup when we qualified for the semis at the top of the list as the No 1 team. Well played guys, throughout the tournament. I just wish it hadn't rained yesterday.... The result might have been different,” he wrote on Twitter. To conclude his note, the Taare Zameen Par actor wrote, “But well done, proud of our team. Love."

It wasn’t just Aamir Khan but several other celebrities who took to social media to support the team. "Loved supporting our #teamindia you guys played awesome cricket. Just not our day today. I can’t imagine how distraught you guys must be feeling. Thank you for all the wonderful matches you played. Gave us so much to cheer. Love my team. #TeamIndia,” wrote Arjun Rampal.

Varun Dhawan too took to Twitter and thanked the boys for giving India everything.

Here’s what others had to say after the match:

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