Team India has returned to its homeland by conquering Australia. Team India has done this feat under the command of Captain Ajinkya Rahane. Now when Captain Rahane (Rahane) is the winner, then where was the celebration of Mumbai people going to stop? On the other hand, Team India’s plane landed at Mumbai Airport and the celebration started here with full fervor. Rahane and other Mumbai players who returned with him were welcomed with full warmth. It seemed as if Mayanagari had become the commander of the Indian team, Rahane, not film stars.
Drums were playing near Ajinkya Rahane’s house in Matunga. This view was amazing. And, Rahane’s family and the people of his neighborhood were not blooming. Actually, his son who returned after winning the fort of Australia. When all these frills were going on to welcome Rahane, then he had the same smile on his face, which had forced Australia to take a ditch in the series.
Hero wins at Mumbai airport
By the way, there is also a story behind Team India’s plane landing in Mumbai. Actually, the Indian cricket team’s flight was to land in Chennai. But, according to sources, the plane landed in Mumbai after Sharad Pawar’s intervention, leaving 4 Mumbai cricketers – Rahane, Rohit, Prithvi Shaw and Shardul Thakur besides coach Ravi Shastri. During this time, all of them took full care of the guidelines related to Bio Bubble and Corona.
Relaxation of corona protocol
There is a rule in Mumbai regarding travelers coming from abroad. There is a provision of quarantine for them from 7 to 14 days. However, Indian players have been kept away from it, who returned after hoisting the tricolor in Australia after 5 months. All the players and coach Ravi Shastri were allowed to go home after only RTPCR test at Mumbai Airport.
Celebration started from Mumbai reached village
The celebrations of Rahane becoming the winning captain were celebrated in Mumbai. Its fire also reached their village. Celebrating Rahane’s success, he also celebrated in his village Chandanpuri in Ahmednagar district. The villagers celebrated the historic success of their son by burning crackers and distributing sweets.