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IPL 2017: Watch: Dwayne Bravo Wants To Be MS Dhoni For A Day

It does not matter whether they are on the field or off it, when a West Indian takes the centre stage, expect total entertainment. And the latest video uploaded by Dwayne Bravo on his Instagram account totally proves it.

The Gujarat Lions allrounder was ruled out of the entire edition of the ongoing Indian Premier League with a hamstring injury which he had sustained in December last year while playing in the Big Bash League.

The Melbourne Renegades recruit hurt himself while fielding and had to be stretchered off. The West Indies star had come in this year’s Indian Premier League with the injury and was expected to get fit to play in the latter part of the tournament. However, he failed to recuperate fully and was consequently ruled out of the entire season.

Injuries updates aside, the allrounder’s rapid-fire interview with anchor Anusha Dandekar is all you should see to know more about him. In the interview, Bravo speaks about people’s wrong assumption about him, favourite dance move, a cricketer he wants to be for a day and more.

Here is a transcript of that interview:

AD: What is the one thing people assume about you that’s incorrect?

Bravo: A lot of people think I drink alcohol but I don’t.

AD: Favourite dance move?

Bravo: Champions dance.

AD: Superpower you would like to have?

Bravo: I wish I can see things happening before they happen.

AD: Craziest thing a fan has done for you?

Bravo: In the middle of a video shoot, a fan walks in the middle of the shoot, gives me his cellphone and says speak to his mom.

AD: Which one is more painful- getting out for a duck or getting hit on the balls?

Bravo (laughs): Getting hit on the balls, definitely.

AD: If you could be one other cricketer for a day, who would you be?

Bravo: MS Dhoni, captain cool, very chill. 




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