This noble gesture from Gautam Gambhir will make every Indian proud

Gautam Gambhir at an event for the transgenders. Image Source: twitter

XtraTime Web Desk: Veteran Indian cricketer Gautam Gambhir is well known for his attacking batting and aggressive leadership on the field, beside that he also takes part in much noble cause as well. His latest work in Delhi during an event has caught everyone’s attention too. Surprising everyone he turned up to the event wearing a saree. Yes you have listened it right. Gauti was seen in a black saree and that was also for a noble cause.




The star Indian cricketer always try to do something different and never back down on saying what is right every time. This time he took part in an event for the transgender community. He went there to inaugurate 7th edition of Hijra Habba. He was seen in a saree after he arrived at the event.




The community has clearly found an avid supporter in Gautam Ghambir. The event, which was themed Born This Way, took place in a Delhi Mall and saw transgenders come together to raise awareness about their community. Needless to say, Gambhir’s pictures have gone viral.




On the eve of Rakshabandhan, Gambhir celebrated the festival with members of the transgender community, thereby putting out a strong social message of equality.




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