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Australian cricketer Shane Warne has passed away: Ranvir Singh, Shilpa Shetty and other celebrities mourn the sudden death of a legend | Hindi movie news

The sudden death of an Australian cricket legend Shane Warne shocked the whole world. He reportedly died of a heart attack. He was 52 years old.

Shane’s leadership issued an official statement and said he died on Samui in Thailand. The statement said: “Shane was found unanswered at his villa, and despite all the efforts of medical staff, he was not resuscitated.”

Shortly after the news of his sudden death, his fans and several Bollywood celebrities mourned his loss. Ranvir Singh shared a photo of Shane Warne on his own Instagram pen and posted it with an emoji with a broken heart.

Urmila Matondkar wrote: “Very shocking and sad to hear about the untimely death of #cricket legend Shane Warne. The legendary Australian who is spinning on his feet … he will be missed …! Rest in peace !! #ShaneWarne #Ashes #Australia.”

Shilpa Shetty Kundra shared happy pictures with Shane and wrote, “Legends live on ❤️ @ shanewarne23 #ShaneWarne.”

Wife of Harbhajan Singh Gita Basra wrote on Twitter: “Shocked to hear about the death of Shane Warne! Very sad .. A man who really lived a life of true and true legend of the game! Condolences to his family and friends .. RIP legend .. #shanewarne.”

Director Ganzal Mehta also tweeted: “Very very shocking.” Singer Armand Malik wrote: “Shane Warne 💔 it’s extremely sad and suddenly« passed too early. ”

Randip Hood, who was discharged today after knee surgery, shared a photo of Shane and wrote: “Rest in peace Warnie 🙏🏽 #ShaneWarne #Legend.”

Here’s how other celebrities reacted to the sad news:



Australian cricketer Shane Warne has passed away: Ranvir Singh, Shilpa Shetty and other celebrities mourn the sudden death of a legend | Hindi movie news

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