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What SRK And Andre Russell Did After KKR’s Defeat Will Fill Your Hearts With Respect


What SRK And Andre Russell Did After KKR’s Defeat Will Fill Your Hearts With Respect

IPL 2018 has started and fans are going crazy for their favourite teams and players. Well, we are sure that this craziness will increase further as the tournament progresses.

On Tuesday, Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) had to taste defeat after the team lost against Chennai Super Kings with 5 wickets. With this defeat, KKR has reached the fourth spot on the points table. KKR batted first and gave a strong target of 202 runs; however, the bowlers of the team couldn’t do well and CSK emerged to be the winner.

But this defeat didn’t seem to have any negative effect on KKR and the team’s co-owner Shah Rukh Khan, as the Baadshah of Bollywood was seen partying with his team’s players later. They have celebrated the defeat also and it undoubtedly takes a lot of courage to do it. This must have increased respect for them in the hearts of their fans.

In the party, Shah Rukh shook a leg on the “Chammak Challo” song from his movie “” and even taught Andre Russell, Sunil Narine, Shubman Gill and Kamlesh Nagarkoti few steps from the track.


Andre Russell shared the video on his Instagram account with caption, “Fun time with the boss himself! #SRK”

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Fun time with the boss himself! #SRK

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The match played between KKR and CSK was quite interesting. Andre Russell scored 88 runs in 36 balls and hit 1 four and 11 sixes.

CSK’s openers Shane Watson and Ambati Rayudu had a sensational start to chase the target; Watson scored 42 runs in 19 balls whereas Rayudu made a score of 39 in 26 balls. Sam Billings also had a blistering knock of 56 runs in 23 balls that included 2 fours and 5 sixes and after he got out, Dwayne Bravo played an important role in the victory of the team.

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