After playing just a solitary game for Mumbai Indians this season, New Zealand batsman Martin Guptill travelled to Asia’s largest slum to play cricket with children. The Kiwi opener visited the Dharavi slums in Mumbai and described it as ‘very cool place to visit’.
Guptill posted the video of him visiting Dharavi in Instagram, where he is seen bowling and posing for pictures.
"Had a good morning today at Dharavi playing cricket and having a guided tour. A very cool place to visit. Highly recommend going there if you are ever in Mumbai!
Had a good morning today at Dharavi playing cricket and having a guided tour. A very cool place to visit. Highly recommend going there if you are ever in Mumbai! Thank you to @bethelocaltoursandtravels for the tour! @lauramcgoldrick13 @mitch_m81 @mumbaiindians #India #Mumbai #Dharavi
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