IPL 7 Opening Ceremony

IPL 7 Opening Ceremony

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Deepika Padukone, Katrina Kaif and Priyanka Chopra PerformanceShahrukh Khan and Virat Kohli are superstars in their own right. If there are two things people in our country are crazy about, then it’s cricket and films It’s no big surprise that we have the Indian Premiere League that brings together.Deepika Padukone PerformanceIndia’s two favourites in a ‘cricketainment’ format And this year adding the famous Bollywood touch to the IPL 7 opening ceremony was none other than Bollywood’s hottie Deepika Padukone. Sachin Tendulkar and Neeta AmbaniShe looked splendid and danced like a dream, but did she match up to Katrina Kaif and Priyanka Chopra’s acts on the IPL stage? We let our readers decide that one, but here’s all the dope from Abu Dhabi. Shahrukh Khan PerformanceWorld’s best batsmen, Bollywood and big moolah made the IPL7 opening night very very starry. The seventh season of IPL was flagged off in Abu Dhabi today (April 16) with a glittering and entertaining opening ceremony, which saw Ms Padukone‘s sizzling dance.IPL 7 Team CaptainWe’re sure with SRK and Dippy coming together we couldn’t miss their hit Yo Yo Honey Singh song from Chennai Express, Lungi dance hai na? Well, looking at the pictures, it certainly seems that Dippy’s mesmerising act was worth a watch.IPL 7 CaptainAlso joining the King of romance on stage was the dhak-dhak babe Madhuri Dixit Nene. As if competition from Madhuri wasn’t enough, Ms Padukone’s act is being compared to her competitors from B-town.Deepika Padukone IPL 7 PerformanceSo, cricketainment fans tell us if you thought that Dippy’s performance was more rocking than the other leggy lasses? Here’s a look at what happened when Katrina Kaif and Priyanka Chopra took to the stage for IPL in 2012 and 2013 respectively…

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