New Delhi: Veteran Indian cricketers Harbhajan Singh and Yuvraj Singh are known to be best friends both on and off the field. Considering the fact that the two started playing together for Punjab at an early age, they share a great camaraderie.
The two cricketers, who have produced several match-winning performances for the Indian team in the past, are known to be two of the most fun-loving cricketers as well. They are also probably one of the rare cricketers, who don't hold back their words.
Appearing in Zee TV's show Yaadon Ki Baraat recently, both the Punjabi cricketers had a superb time. In one of the sections, when asked to write the name of the most 'Feku' cricketer ever, the duo wrote the name of Pakistani legend Shoaib Akhtar.
When asked the logic behind his choice, Yuvraj said, "He owns a house in all parts of the world. A house worth 2 million in Italy, a house worth 5 million in Spain. Cricket gives us money but not this much. No idea how he bought these many houses. And whenever he invites us, he is not present there."
Harbhajan also wrote the name of Ravindra Jadeja along with Akhtar.
"The size of horses Jaddu describes is too much. He says horses are as big as camels in his town," the offie said.