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A Former Indian Football Player Now Delivers Food for Zomato

How anxiously we await the arrival of our food at our doorstep from food delivery services. And how happy we always are to see them, sometimes even at irregular hours. However, we are also curious as to why they decided to take on this challenging task. We now respect food delivery agents’ efforts even more as a result of the heartwarming and heartbreaking tales about their job that have surfaced on the internet. Rekindling our emotions is the tale of this former worldwide cooking star who now works as a food delivery agent.

Introducing West Bengal native and former professional football player Poulomi Adhikari. Including the 2016 World Cup, she has represented India in both domestic and international competitions. She started working as a food delivery agent to supplement her income even after accomplishing this tremendous achievement. Twitter user @SanjuktaChoudh5 shared a video of Poulomi Adhikari telling her tale. “She is international football player Poulomi Adhikari, who has played for India. She now works as an internet food delivery worker to support her family. #football, “In the description, the Twitter user wrote.

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She is a football player who has competed internationally for India. She now works as an internet food delivery worker to support her family. Adhikari may be seen in the film sporting a bag and the distinctive red Zomato shirt. She discloses that she competed for India at the U-16 level and has traveled to participate in competitions in places like London, Scotland, Germany, and Sri Lanka, among others. 

She is now finishing her degree at Charuchandra University while earning about INR 300–400 per day as a food delivery agent for Zomato and Swiggy. She also demonstrated her football-kicking prowess at the conclusion of the video. The article has already gotten 178.3K views and several comments from sympathetic individuals. What’s your take on this? Do you think athletes should be paid more? 

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