Irfan Pathan has reportedly called the dance reality show ‘Jhalak Dikkhla Jaa’ quits for cricket.

If sources are to be believed, the player will no longer be a part of the show. Irfan was a contestant of the popular dance platform for celebrities from various fields who made a wild card entry. In a short span of time, Irfan had earned a lot of praises with his skills of shaking legs and was an easy favorite looking at his already large fan base. But as his first choice is always cricket, he had to say goodbye to the show. 

“The cricketer Irfan Pathan has quit the show. Being a cricketer he had to answer to the call from the cricket field. Since he has a match to play, he had to take this call end his Jhalak journey,” it was quoted by India-Forums.

Here is a performance by the pacer from the show:

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