Can you guess which topic interests Ambanis to Kaamvali’s? Well if your answer is Bollywood and cricket, Bingo! You are spot on! But in a nation which adores Sachin as its God, IPL is sure to be a delight for the cricket fanatics that film makers really get jitters to release their movies during that season. What makes IPL out of the ordinary? Ganguly doesn’t play for KKR, Harbhajan captains Mumbai Indians and Dhoni is the skipper of CSK, hardly locals in the team yet the like minded crowds have the time of their life at the stadium cheering their favourite teams. The DLF anthem is just a stress buster and so is when Shiva Mani sets his drums on fire.
Do Cheer leaders cheer the players? This is a million dollar question which springs into critics mind, but who cares? They provide a feast for the audience and some desire the seats behind the cheer leaders so that they can watch the hot moves of the cheer leaders and they can give a ‘million dollar smile’ to the camera which covers them at least partly. This season an Indian touch is added when it comes to cheer leading as we see sari clad cheerleaders and let’s see who wins is it the nine yards or shorts and pom poms.
IPL always gives the opportunity for the spectators to interact with players and the Vodafone Star of the Match is a testimonial for this. IPL is a merger of Bollywood and cricket, it’s a place where you get both, and you can get a glimpse of the Bollywood stars as well as international cricketers. IPL beyond doubt is a place which makes you alleviate your tension isn’t it?
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