The International Tennis Premier League got some Bollywood touch as the celebrated sports personality from cricket and Tennis adopted a famous Bollywood dialogue to have some fun.

Indian Test captain Virat Kohli was part of a hilarious dubmash video in the ongoing International Premier Tennis League along with Roger Federer and Mahesh Bhupati.

Virat Kohli is the co-owner of the UAE Royals, for which Roger Federer play. 



Indian Tennis ace Mahesh Bhupati, Kohli and Federer had some fun.

In the dubsmash video, Kohli adopted a voice of a girl asks Mahesh Bhupati, the managing Director of the IPTL, whether he can play tennis. Bhupati angrily says “No”. Towards, the end, Federer says “Mogambo, khush hua“, the cult dialogue delivered by Amrish Puri from the 1987 film Mr.India.

Watch the funny video here 

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