Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) cricketers Virat Kohli and Shahbaz Ahmed were spotted dancing their hearts out recently. Incidentally, the Bangalore franchise hosted an event as Glenn Maxwell and Vini Raman completed a month of their marriage,
Maxwell tied the knot with his longtime girlfriend Vini Raman on March 27 this year. As Vini is of Indian origin, the wedding took place according to Indian rituals. The franchise threw a party to celebrate the couple’s first month inside the bio-bubble.
In a video that surfaced on social media, Virat Kohli was seen singing Samantha Prabhu’s song Oo Antava alongside bandmate Shahbaz Ahmed. The video of Kohli showing off her moves while others enjoyed went viral on social media.
Watch the clip here:
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All of the RCB cricketers were present at the party and had a great time alongside the newlyweds.
Speaking of matches, Bangalore have now lost two matches in a row against Sunrisers Hyderabad and Royals of Rajasthan. The 2016 IPL finalists will be hoping to tighten their shoes as the race for the playoffs intensifies with each passing day.
“Get out of the IPL, for whatever you love” – Ravi Shastri to Virat Kohli
Former RCB captain Virat Kohli is going through a tough time in the current Indian Premier League (IPL) season as he has just managed 128 runs in nine games. He pocketed two golden ducks in back-to-back ducks before scoring just nine points in their last game against Rajasthan Royals (RR).
Former team India Head coach Ravi Shastri has once again reiterated that Kohli needs to take a break from cricket to regain his lost form. Speaking on Jatin Sapru’s YouTube channel, the 59-year-old said:
“I think a break is ideal for him because he’s played cricket non-stop and he’s captained the team in all formats. It will be wise of him to take a break. You know, sometimes you have to take stock this year he is already in the tournament (IPL 2022), tomorrow if things go bad and you want to extend your international career and make a mark there for 6-7 years, get out of the IPL, for All that you want.
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