Team India cricketer KL Rahul was recently seen setting the dance floor on fire with his moves at a friend’s wedding. Soon after Lucknow Super Giants’ (LSG) campaign in IPL 2022 came to an end, Rahul travelled out of India to attend a friend’s marriage.
A recent video has emerged on social media when the flamboyant cricketer was seen dancing at the sangeet function of his friend. KL Rahul danced to Bollywood hits and set the stage on fire with a couple of other friends. The video has now gone viral on social media.
Watch the clip here:
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The video has now gone viral on social media and has been shared multiple times. It also garnered mixed reactions from the fans.
Speaking of professional front, KL Rahul had a stellar campaign in IPL 2022, registering 600+ runs yet again. However, he couldn’t inspire Lucknow Super Giants to the elusive title as they lost to Royal Challengers Bangalore in the Eliminator.
He will be next seen in action when he comes out to lead India in the five-match T20I series against South Africa, which starts on June 9 in Delhi. Rishabh Pant has been named KL Rahul’s debuty in the absence of senior cricketers.
“T20 is where he is at his very best” – Ravi Shastri on KL Rahul captaining India
Ravi Shastri believes KL Rahul’s excellent record in the shortest format of the game will stand him in good stead when he captains Team India in the T20I series against South Africa. During a discussion on the Star Sports’ show ‘Game Plan’, Shastri was asked if all eyes will be on Rahul as skipper and if it is time for him to shine.
“It is and it’s not something new to him. He has captained India before. T20 is where he is at his very best. If you see over the last two or three years, he has been one of the most consistent players in this format of the game,” Shastri said.
The former Team India head coach believes captaincy will bring the best out of Rahul. Shastri elaborated, “Year after year he has good IPLs. So, it’s a format that he is used to and he is very comfortable with. Now that he is the captain, the added responsibility will obviously fire him up even more.”