Congress President Sonia Gandhi came out on the streets of Delhi and joined thousands of ecstatic fans in celebrating India's World Cup cricket triumph. A beaming Gandhi came out of her car and cheered with the crowd and joined the celebrations.
Sonia stepped out of her vehicle and greeted the cheering fans of Team India. She told the fans that the Indian cricket team has done the country really proud by winning the Cup.
India's World Cup win got the UPA President out on the streets, celebrating with the common man and she clearly seemed impressed.
Rahul Gandhi opts for a blue t-shirt as against his trademark white kurta, showing his support for the Men in Blue.
As emotions ran high in the much-hyped final encounter, the young Gandhi managed to hide it behind his shades here.
Congress Party leader Sonia Gandhi and her son Rahul Gandhi sit in the stands as they watch the second semi-final match of The ICC Cricket World Cup 2011 between India and Pakistan at The Punjab Cricket Associaton (PCA) Stadium in Mohali on March 30, 2011. (Photo courtesy: AFP)
India's Congress-led UPA chairperson Sonia Gandhi gestures while watching the ICC Cricket World Cup 2011 semi-final match between India and Pakistan at The Punjab Cricket Association (PCA) Stadium in Mohali on March 30, 2011. (Photo courtesy: AFP)
Sonia Gandhi couldn't keep her excitement under wraps during the thrilling semi-final against arch-rivals Pakistan at Mohali.
Son Rahul was there to give company to mother Sonia. They watched the match from the stands and not VIP boxes.
Sonia Gandhi is seen interacting with Pakistan Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani, who was invited by the Indian Prime Minister. Sonia later gave up her VIP box seat and joined son Rahul in the stands.
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