The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) posted a video on social media in which Jemimah Rodrigues can be see singing ‘Chand Sa Roshan Chehra’ while also playing the ukulele.

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HIGHLIGHTS

  • Jemimah Rodrigues sang ‘Chand Sa Roshan Chehra’ from the Bollywood film ‘Kashmir Ki Kali’
  • Rodrigues is a social media star and also keeps the Indian women’s team entertained with her antics
  • In a recent interview with IndiaToday.in, Rodrigues had revealed that she also has a spiritual side to her

Jemimah Rodrigues wants everyone to begin their Sunday on a musical note and for that she has released a video, singing a famous song from the Bollywood film, Kashmir Ki Kali.

A social media star, Jemimah Rodrigues plays the crucial role of keeping the mood light in the Indian women’s cricket team dressing room and now with the lockdown in the country, she has turned to social media to entertain her fans and teammates.

The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) posted a video on social media in which Rodrigues can be see singing ‘Chand Sa Roshan Chehra’ while also playing the ukulele.

“Begin your Sunday on a musical note courtesy Lil J! Get ready to be mesmerized as our in-house rockstar @JemiRodrigues shows off her singing and ukulele skills,” the BCCI Women’s social media accounts posted.

In a recent interview with IndiaToday.in, Rodrigues had revealed that she also has a spiritual side to her which keeps her happy and motivated at all times. Rodrigues is known to be a fun-loving person which even she admitted during the chat.

“I am a fun-loving person. I like to keep myself active and involved in things. When I am on the field, the thing that helps me handle pressure is that I don’t focus on the results but what I need to do to get those results. The more I focus on the process rather than what could happen helps me stay calm.

“What keeps me motivated is… I am a very spiritual person. I love reading the Bible, I love hearing prayers, maybe some gospel music. In these situations, it helps me stay calm and keeps me motivated. There is peace on the inside and strength to do things whenever I focus on that,” Rodrigues told India Today earlier this month.

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