Anushka Sharma pens special note for Jhulan Goswami as cricketer announces retirement

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Jhulan Goswami will retire from international cricket after the ODI series against England. Anushka Sharma, who will portray her on big screen in the upcoming film, has written a special message for her. The veteran pacer made her international debut in 2005 and since then has represented India in five World Cups.
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Anushka Sharma pens special note for Jhulan Goswami as cricketer announces retirement

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Anushka Sharma pens special note for Jhulan Goswami as cricketer announces retirement

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