Indian cricketer Yuvraj Singh has announced his decision to back tech bad boy Rahul Yadav‘s new venture Intelligent Interfaces (II). Yadav, who was infamously ousted as Housing.com‘s CEO although he is the Co-Founder of realty portal, had become the poster boy of rebel employees. He had announced on Facebook that he “will be back soon” with a new venture, something more interesting and worthwhile than Housing.com. Yadav also got on board Flipkart’s Bansals (Sachin and Binny) to help him get funds and support him. have invested in the venture. Micromax’s Rahul Sharma, engaged to be married to Bollywood star Asin Thottumkal, and Paytm’s Vijay Shekhar Sharma have also invested in Intelligent Interfaces. Also Read - Kieron Pollard Slams 6 Sixes in an Over, Becomes Second Player After Yuvraj Singh to Achieve Feat in T20Is | WATCH VIDEO

Singh announced his interest in the business venture on his Facebook page on December 30, saying, “Proud to back Rahul Yadav and Intelligent Interfaces (ii) in helping the Government govern 100x better with the help of technology. Get ready for the (r)evolution!” Singh also shared a picture with Yadav and Azeem Zainulbhai, who is Housing.com‘s former Chief of Staff and Chief Financial Officer. Take a look at Yuvraj Singh’s post here: Also Read - Is Yuvraj Singh's Wife Hazel Keech Pregnant? Check Video

Proud to back Rahul Yadav and Intelligent Interfaces (ii) in helping the Government govern 100x better with the help of technology. Get ready for the (r)evolution! Also Read - Inside Yuvraj Singh-Hazel Keech’s Rs 64 Crore Sprawling Apartment in Mumbai- See PICS

Posted by Yuvraj Singh on Wednesday, December 30, 2015

The cricketer, a top class athlete who is a cancer survivor, has been investing in some businesses as a part of his retirement planning. Yadav reshared Singh’s post on Facebook, saying, “A 100x company needs 100x team!”

Rahul Yadav’s new start-up  Intelligent Interfaces will work for the Government of India to integrate departments through an interface and make them more efficient.