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Watch Chris Gayle’s dance moves on Sunny Leone’s ‘Laila’ song: Video goes Viral

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New Delhi, July 17: West Indian opener Chris Gayle is a man of many talents. The swashbuckling batsman not only seems effortless with his batting but is equally mesmerising when it comes to singing and dancing.

West Indies opener Chris Gayle, known for hosting parties and being the show-stopper in the ones he attends, has set social media on fire with his latest video on Instagram. The belligerent opener, wearing a white suite and sneakers, is seen dancing to a popular Bollywood number ‘Laila’.

The West Indian was in the news for his Gangnam style dance after his team had won the T20 World Cup, a few years back.

Now, Chris Gayle is back to show his dance moves. He posted a video on his Instagram account where he can be seen dancing to Sunny Leone’s popular Bollywood number, Laila. This video was posted by Chris Gayle on July 15 and has already gone viral.

With this, Gayle also started the #ChrisGayleDanceChallenge for fans. Gayle asked his fans to upload their videos on Instagram using the same hashtag and promised that he will share the top 5 videos on his account. “(#CEO Chris Ever Okay) I’ll give the winner USD 5000 who do the #ChrisGayleDanceChallenge the best. Ladies, the challenge goes for you too…There’s the video so make sure you’re spot on as I am lol. #HaveFun I’ll post the top 5 on my page and the viewers choose the winner. Remember to use the HASHTAG! Will announce the winner on the 24th,” he wrote.

Recently, Gayle made his return to international cricket in the lone T20 international match against India after a two-year break that the West Indies won comprehensively. But along with some limited cricket action, Gayle is highly active in his other interests off the field.

Bollywood actress Sunny Leone had performed on the song in the Shah Rukh-starrer Raees, which was released earlier in 2017.

WeForNews Bureau 

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