Twitter activity on Wednesday (November 30) had a definite slant towards romance. It had to be, what with Yuvraj Singh and Hazel Keech tying the knot in Chandigarh.

Unfortunately for Yuvraj, he wasn’t really allowed to sit quietly in a corner and blush. The Indian team members, fresh from a rollicking victory over England in the third Test in Mohali around the corner from Chandigarh, decided to use the extra time on their hands to roll up their sleeves, put their feet up, and generally unwind.

Harbhajan Singh decided to take it upon himself to be the ‘cool’ best-mate figure at the wedding – you know the sort – and Yuvraj had to contend with a lot of this …

Then there were the polar opposites, the dignified lot, led by Anil Kumble.

There was, of course, that one person who tried too hard to be witty. Mohammad Kaif, all considered, had a good effort here, even if it was a bit clichéd.

There was the slightly formal presence amidst all the fun – as the president of the BCCI, you really can’t be one among the boys, can you?

A multitude of others sent in their wishes, some who made it to the ceremony, and others who blessed from afar.

The romance, however, wasn’t restricted to Yuvraj and Hazel. There was this fine, fine moment between Wasim Akram and his better half, Shaniera Thompson.

Elsewhere, there was romance of a different kind between Mohammad Hafeez and the cricket ball, as Hafeez was finally given the go-ahead by the ICC to bowl again.

The love for the art was evident.

There was support from a teammate as well – Umar Gul was visibly elated about the news.

Meanwhile, Tabraiz Shamsi was all nostalgic about a video game. Do note, though, that not everyone born before the 1980s will understand the essence of this.

But why suddenly the nostalgia? We think it has something to do with this thought-inducing view.

Or perhaps this new toy …

Shamsi can be as nostalgic as he wants, but it was Virat Kohli’s me-day. Chill, relax, wear comfortable clothes, watch some TV, and take a lazy selfie. Oh, he’s certainly earned it.

Sachin Tendulkar’s playing career may be long over, but he’s racking up the awards in other fields now.

Ross Taylor had to get something removed. Of course, Virender Sehwag had some advice, something that will prompt Taylor to employ the services of a translator.

Kevin Pietersen looked all suave behind the wheels of a Land Rover.

We have new superheros in India – The Incredible Hulkies.

And Chris Lynn cracked a joke.