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From Losing to Winning, Know The Uncanny Link Between Shahrukh Khan’s ‘Chak De India’ and Rahul Dravid

The picture makes comparisons between a scenario from "Chak De India" and Dravid's successful coaching career.

Rahul Dravid

Rahul Dravid: The World Cup is hosted in India. The Indian cricket team has played some really good cricket thus far in the ICC ODI World Cup 2023. India is now the first team to have advanced to the World Cup final. The Indian team’s zeal is at its highest under this circumstance.

Unveiling the Image That Has Internet Buzzing

In the meantime, a lot of images, movies, and memes are becoming very popular online. One of these humorous images has gained a lot of popularity on social media; “MEME CENTRAL” shared it. You’ll agree that this is correct after seeing the image that’s trending on the internet. Know the specifics of the situation involving Indian cricket team head coach Rahul Dravid. On social media, a picture and a meme photo are actually becoming popular. Rahul Dravid, the current coach and former captain of the Indian cricket team, has been connected to a sequence from the film “Chak De India,” starring Shahrukh Khan.

The Artful Connection of ‘Chak De India’ Scene to Cricket Reality

It is seen in the photo that actor Shahrukh Khan is being described as the losing captain of the first World Cup. Whereas, on the next side, the coach who won the World Cup is shown. This scene of the film has been added in a very interesting way. Actually, here it has been linked to Rahul Dravid, who was the captain of the Indian cricket team in 2007, during which the team had lost. But at present, Rahul Dravid is the head coach of Team India which will reach the final of Cricket World Cup 2023. In such a situation, the reel has been connected to the real in a wonderful way through this photo.

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