Yuzvendra Chahal’s Wife Dhanashree Teaches Jos Buttler Dance Moves And Gets Caught By Rapper RR

Yuzvendra Chahal’s wife, Dhanashree Verma, choreographed a fantastic dance performance from a viral video, in which she taught her husband and Rajasthan Royals (RR) fly-half Jos Buttler a few steps. While RR fans would be disappointed to see their team lose the all-important IPL 2022 final to Gujarat Titans on Sunday, watching two of their stars attempt a dance might lift their spirits.

Dhanashree Verma teaches Chahal & Buttler some dance moves

After the disappointing IPL 2022 final, Dhanashree Verma took to her official Instagram account and posted several posts of herself alongside husband Yuzvendra Chahal and Rajasthan Royals teammate Jos Buttler. Chahal hilariously pulled out of the performance, while Buttler wowed everyone by doing his best to copy the moves.

The trio could be seen enjoying themselves, with Dhanashree also adding that she would miss the “serious talks about life” she had with Buttler. She ended her post by stating that even though RR didn’t win the cup, they ended up winning several hearts. Dhanashree interestingly captioned his video post, “The pink between orange and purple” to highlight the orange IPL 2022 cap won by Jos Buttler and the purple cap won by her husband Yuzvendra Chahal.

The England batter had a stellar campaign as he hit 863 runs in 17 innings which also included four centuries and four fifty. He got all those runs at a jaw-dropping average of 57.53 and a strike rate of 149.05. Meanwhile, the Indian spinner picked up 27 wickets after 17 matches.

IPL Final 2022: GT beats RR to win the first title

Nobody gave them a chance but the Gujarat Titans, belying all pre-tournament predictions, surprised everyone by winning the Indian Premier League title in a dream debut season after a seven-man victory wickets against Rajasthan Royals in the final here on Sunday.

Gujarat’s much-loved bowling attack, led by skipper Hardik Pandya (3/17) himself, limited a formidable Rajasthan Royals batting unit to 130 for nine after losing the coin toss.

Shubman Gill and David Miller went undefeated in 45 and 32, respectively, to complete an emphatic victory for their team.

It should have been a comfortable chase, but Rajasthan went all out to make it an interesting finale. As they have shown all season, Gujarat remained calm in tight situations to complete the chase in 18.1 overs.

(Inputs from PTI)