IPL 2018: Rohit Sharma impresses fans with his dance steps ahead of T20 league
Star Indian opener, Rohit Sharma never shies away from taking a challenge be it on or off the field. However, Rohit recently took a dance challenge and posted the video on his official photo-blogging account of Instagram.
Over the years, Rohit has emerged as a responsible player in the Indian squad. Recently, he led the Indian team to win the Nidahas Trophy. the Tri-nation competition in Sri Lanka.
Although he was not his prime form with the bat, his leadership quality received high praise from certain quarters.
Rohit Sharma took a dance challenge:
Ahead of the brand new edition of Indian Premier League (IPL), Rohit seems to have some fun time. The right-handed batsman took the “Dance With Alien” challenge and bowled his fans over with his impeccable dance moves.
“Tried my hand at the #DanceWithAlien challenge #DameTuCoSita on the musical.ly app! Download the musical.ly app to try the #DanceWithAlien challenge @musical.lyindiaofficial” Rohit wrote on Instagram along with the video.
Meanwhile, after leading the Indian team to a successful campaign. He will now lead the Mumbai Indian in IPL. Mumbai will start the campaign as defending champions when the tournament kicks off on April 7 against Chennai Super Kings.
Mumbai will take on come back team Chennai Super Kings in the tournament opener at iconic Wankhede Stadium.
However, Mumbai has managed to retain their core set of players at the auctions. Also, they have added some exciting cricketers and looks like a hot favourite to retain the title.
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