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IPL 2018: Kings XI Punjab's Chris Gayle shakes leg in 'Bhangra' style on superhit Punjabi song; fans says 'Gayle baba ki jai ho'

Speed News Desk | Updated on: 2 April 2018, 13:04 IST

The Indian Premier League's all-rounder Chris Gayle proves that is an all-rounder, that not only on the cricket field but he can steal your heart with his dance moves too. The 11th edition of IPL is all set to make a kick-off start on April 7 and Kings XI Punjab's Chris Gayle is enthusiastically living his gala time by performing an Indian style dance.

Chris Gayle has once again showcased his another dance moves and left his Punjab's fans stunned. This time the Jamaican left-hander shook his legs in Bhangra style on superhit Punjabi song. Gayle one of the best batsman in the world cricket and won the Twenty20 international on his own.

The 38-year old cricketer's all-new Bhangra moves have gone viral on the internet in no time and now fans are started crushing on him. The IPL side Kings XI Punjab's Chris Gayle took to Instagram to post a video of his dancing on a boat. In the video, Gayle is seen wearing a life jacket and enjoying himself by doing some 'bhangra' as well as some other Bollywood dance moves.

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The fans loved his Bhangra dance number and started showering love on his Instagram post. One of Gayle's fan commented, 'Gayle baba ki jai ho' on his video post.

#KingGayle👑 coming, India. #LivePunjabiPlayPunjabi #Kings

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The West Indies former skipper went unsold twice in IPL 2018 auction after which he was bought by the Punjab franchise. Chris Gayle's IPL career with Kolkata Knight Riders but he didn't play any matches in the inaugural edition due to an injury and national duty. Gayle spent his another two years with the Kolkata franchise and was later moved to Royal Challengers Bangalore.

In 2011 he moved to RCB and was with the franchise till 2017, scoring some memorable sixes at the M.Chinnaswamy stadium in Bengaluru.

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First published: 2 April 2018, 13:04 IST
 
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