Divyanka Tripathi
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Divyanka Tripathi is a happy soul; ex-boyfriend Ssharad Malhotra, not so much. The "Yeh Hai Mohabbatein" actress' team, Pune Anmol Ratn, humbled Ssharad's Kolkata Baabu Moshayes at Box Cricket League (BCL) 2.

The leading lady took to social media to express how thrilled she was about the win. A #partyselfie was up within no time and so was a prize-distribution photo. Meanwhile, there wasn't a word from Ssharad.

Apart from the winning moments, the sports reality show also provided fodder for gossip-mongers. Sources told Mid-Day ex-lovers Divyanka and Ssharad shared cold vibes. However, both denied the rumours saying they had moved on in their lives.

While the "YHM" star said there wasn't any awkwardness between the teams as off-field they were "pally," Ssharad said he was happy his former lady love had found true love in Vivek Dahiya.

"It wasn't awkward because there's no rivalry between them and me. In fact, off field we all were pally. ...That chapter [with Ssharad] has no relevance in my life any more. I was too focused on Pune Anmol Ratn. My soon-to-be-husband was there to support me and nothing mattered more to me than his presence and our performance," Divyanka said.

The matches are scheduled to air 4:30 p.m. onwards every Saturday and Sunday on Colors. The other teams this season are: Ahmedabad Express, Lucknow Nawabs, Chandigarh Cubs, Delhi Dragons, Jaipur Raj Joshiley, Mumbai Tigers, Rowdy Bangalore and Chennai Swaggers.

On the work front, both Divyanka and Ssharad have immersed themselves in preparing for new and exciting roles. While the actor has begun shooting for Ekta Kapoor's next, "Kasam Tere Pyaar Ki," in which he plays a rich, spoilt brat, the charming actress is thrilled to be essaying the stylish Shanaya in "YHM."