Energy drink brand Red Bull has released a short documentary on its ambassador Smriti Mandhana. The six and a half minute film ‘A day in the life of Smriti Mandhana’ provides an interesting insight about the 23-year-old opener’s daily routine.
While capturing sporting aspect that makes Smriti a power to reckon with in women’s cricket, the film also touches her life with some personal questions like what she likes to eat and what would she avoid. And then the biggest of them all for a young pretty girl: “What kind of a boy you will prefer for yourself – a millionaire or simple guy with craze? Or, what’s her biggest fear?
Smriti in the mini file also shares her cricketing journey ever since she first took to the field as a five-year-old with her cricketer brother.
Currently in Australia for the ICC Women’s T20 World Cup, the Sangli girl is a mainstay in the Harmanpreet Kaur-led team’s batting line-up. A hard-hitting batter, Smriti has represented India in 2 women’s Tests, 5 One Day Internationals and 71 T20 Internationals. Her ODI record reads 2,399 runs at an impactful strike rate of 84.45 and healthy average of 43.08. Her 1,667 T20I runs have come at an average 26.04 and strike rate of 119.26.