Glenn Maxwell's wife gives a shut up call to Indian fans trolling her after Australia victory
Following Glenn Maxwell's remarkable double century that secured Australia's spot in the World Cup semi-final, his wife Vini Raman has become the focal point of controversy as some Indian cricket fans criticize her for supporting Australia.
Vini Raman, an Australian-born pharmacist born on March 3, 1993, to Indian migrant parents in Melbourne, addressed the backlash on her Instagram account. In her response, she highlighted the ability to be both Indian and supportive of the country where she was raised, along with the team her husband, and the father of her child, plays for.
Despite the celebratory atmosphere surrounding Australia's World Cup victory, Vini Raman's Instagram post indicates that certain Indian fans are still grappling with accepting her dual allegiance. She encouraged them to channel their concerns towards more pressing global issues, emphasizing that her choice to support both her birth country and her husband's team does not undermine her Indian identity.
The love story between Glenn Maxwell and Vini Raman began in the realm of cricket when they initially crossed paths at a Melbourne Stars event in 2013. Speculation about their relationship gained momentum in 2017 when Vini shared a picture with Glenn Maxwell, capturing the interest of fans.
Officially tying the knot in Australia on March 18, 2022, in a Christian ceremony, the couple followed it up with a traditional Tamil wedding on March 27 in Chennai. Their family grew with the arrival of their son, Logan Maverick Maxwell, born on September 15.