Indian Pacer Becomes Proud Father Of Baby Boy


Mumbai: World Cup winning Indian cricketer S Sreesanth is father again and this time he has been blessed with a baby boy. S Sreesanth and his wife Bhuvneshwari Kumari welcomed their second child on Wednesday at the privately run Surya Hospital in Santa Cruz.

The 33-year-old bowler took social media handle to share the excitement with friends and relatives. “I am delighted to tell you all our second Child arrives this Beautiful morning. A big, beautiful and healthy baby Boy! Love and respect ,” he tweeted.

He then went on to tweet: “I am delighted to tell you all our second child arrived and we have named him Suryasree which means Shine as bright as the Sun. Suryasree has brought sunshine to our lives. I am delighted with the hospital that responded promptly and made the birthing very comfortable.”

The arrival of Suryasree is a ray of sunshine for the couple, which has faced a lot of troubles in the past. Sreesanth, who has been a part of India’s 2007 World T20 and World Cup 2011 winning teams, was found guilty of spot fixing during the 2013 Indian Premier League and was subsequently banned by the The Board Of Control For Cricket In India for life.

The cricketer also spent some time behind bars over the issue. Bhuvneshwari, however, stuck with him in his time of difficulty and married him the same year. In May 2015, the couple had their first child — a daughter — who they named Sree Sanvika.