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Chahal Posted A Video With AB De Villiers, Fiancé Dhanashree Verma Gave A Hilarious Response


Chahal Posted A Video With AB De Villiers, Fiancé Dhanashree Verma Gave A Hilarious Response

The IPL 2020 is all set to commence from September 19 in UAE and all the teams have started sweating it out in the net sessions. A lot of precautions are being taken in order to keep the players and staff members safe from lethal coronavirus and the authorities are ensuring that SOP is followed to perfection.

The Virat Kohli-led Royal Challengers Bangalore has also reached Dubai and the IPL franchise is leaving no stone unturned in keeping fans interested by sharing the updates on social media networks regularly. RCB also includes Yuzvendra Chahal, the spinner who is very active on social media and recently, he posted a video which was shot during the team video shoot.

In the clip, Yuzi is seen on a trolley while his teammate AB de Villiers is pushing the trolley and giving a tour of the area where the team video will be shot. Yuzi captioned the video, “Take me home”.

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Take me home 🏠 @abdevilliers17 🤣🤣👀

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The video was loved by his fans and many commented on it but one comment that got the maximum attention was of Yuzvendra Chahal’s fiancé Dhanashree Verma.

The YouTuber and choreographer commented, “You can relax till the time I’m not around” and in response, Yuzi said “yes yes” with many emojis.

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Yuzi started his IPL career with Mumbai Indians but soon he was bought by RCB in 2014 and since then, he has become their star bowler. Yuzi has earned the confidence of his skipper by taking wickets in crucial situations as in 85 matches, he has taken 100 wickets. There is no denying the fact that RCB is one of the strongest teams of the IPL but it hasn’t been able to win the trophy even once.

Cricket fans will get to see Indian players in action after a long time as all the cricketing events were halted due to the coronavirus pandemic.

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