Sreesanth: Putting hard yards on the field to ‘being human’ off it
Image courtesy: Apurv Bhansali (Twitter)

Cricketers putting their foot-forward for a social cause is perceived to a pleasant/generous move towards the society as they relish the asset of massive fan following. Sreesanth has gone through a very rough patch (the spot fixing saga) in the recent times and has been in the news for a while now.

 

After the Patiala House Court verdict, which exempted all the charges labelled against him in the Indian Premier League (IPL), Sreesanth is now trying to fade out his tainted image. In an RSS inspired Seva Bharti Free-Food distribution scheme in Kochi, Sreesanth was seen actively participating in aiding a social cause.

Pictures of the charity event were uploaded on Twitter from Apurv  Bhansali account:

 

 

He is now approaching the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) to lift the ban imposed on him from participating in cricketing activities. Hopefully, Sreesanth gets a reprieve and the world can notice the speedster in action again, which now seems to be far-fetched dream.