Legendary Australian spinner Shane Warne on Friday passed away at the age of 52. This has left everyone in shock. Warne died of a suspected heart attack reported Fox Cricket. “Shane was found unresponsive in his villa and despite the best efforts of medical staff, he could not be revived,” a statement on the Fox website said.
Several celebrities from the Indian film industry took to social media to express their shock and grief on social media.
Taking to her Instagram story former Indian Premier League host Shibani Dandekar shared an all smiles selfie with the iconic cricketer and wrote a heartfelt tribute along with it. “Completely crushed! Warney you were more than just a cricket legend! Your energy was infectious. Will always remember you warm, kind and crazy you were! Always the funniest guy in the room,” Shibani wrote.
Taking to his Instagram handle, Ranveer Singh posted a monochrome picture of Warne along with a broken-heart emoticon in the caption.
Actor Vikrant Massey shared Warne’s photo on his Instagram handle and penned, ” You take a piece of every 90’s kid with you Legend. RIP.”
Filmmaker Ashoke Pandit tweeted his condolences along with a happy picture of the late icon.
He wrote, “Sad to know about the demise of Australian spinner Shane Warne who succumbed to a heart attack in Thailand. It’s a great loss to the cricket world. Heartfelt condolences . . #RIP #ShaneWarne.”
Sad to know about the demise of Australian spinner Shane Warne who succumbed to heart attack in Thailand.— Ashoke Pandit (@ashokepandit) March 4, 2022
It’s a great loss to the cricket world .
Heartfelt condolences . .#RIP #ShaneWarne . pic.twitter.com/Y55jYPfoAQ
Randeep Hooda tweeted a monochrome picture of the late skipper and wrote, “Rest in Peace Warnie #ShaneWarne #Legend.”
Actor Boman Irani’s son and director Kayoze Irani also shared a monochrome picture of Warne on his Instagram Story and wrote, “RIP,” along with broken heart emoticons.
Shane Warne was one of the best leg-spinners to have embraced the game. Warne scalped 708 wickets in his illustrious career which spanned 145 Test matches.