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VIDEO: Chris Gayle goes groovy at CEAT Cricket Awards


Chris Gayle, the universe Boss set the stage on fire with his moves at the CEAT cricket awards. Gayle represented Kings XI Punjab in this edition of IPL.

Though he created a fear factor to the opposition in the initial stages of the tournament, his inconsistency slumped the Kings XI as they failed to make it to playoffs. He also hit the first century of this edition.

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It is a well-known fact that Gayle is “Fun ka Boss” and he reiterated the statement yet again as he was spotted dancing to a Bollywood number on the stage. He was seen wearing a white turban on his head.

The highlight of the night was the funny banter between the Indian openers Dhawan and Rohit with the boss himself. Gayle asked the dangerous openers to replicate his moves. Though Rohit felt a bit shy at the first, he later joined the party. Gabbar then asked Gayle to do his trademark celebration which he agreed to do and the entire audience went mad.

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These videos were shared by Harsh Goenka, the Co-owner of the Rising Pune SuperGiant in the past.

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Chris Gayle also received the popular choice award for his contribution to cricket. The Windies opener will represent in the fundraiser against the World XI tomorrow.

In case if you missed the awards

Virat Kohli added another feather to his cap as he was adjudged the International Cricketer of the year. Rohit received the award on his behalf.

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Dhawan was awarded the International cricketer of the year for being in a fine touch since the 2017 ICC champions trophy. Colin Munro also bagged the honours for the best T20 batsman.

Trent Boult bagged the best bowler award while the Young sensation Rashid Khan bagged the T20 bowler of the year.

Harmanpreet Kaur who played a vital role in taking India to the finals of women’s world cup in 2017, was awarded the outstanding innings of the year(171 against Australia).

Mayank Agarwal and Gill bagged the awards for the best domestic and Under-19 players respectively.