Once I have committed…: PBKS stars enact Bollywood dialogues

Author: Yuvi May 10, 2022 Ek baar jo maine commitment kar di...: PBKS' overseas players enact Bollywood dialogues in style - WATCH

Despite suffering a loss in their last IPL 2022 game against Rajasthan Royals, the Punjab Kings players can be seen having a wonderful time in their camp in a very bizarre way.

In a video shared by PBKS on its YouTube channel, some foreign players were seen delivering some iconic dialogues from Bollywood movies.

The video received a lot of praise from fans across the world. Check it out here:

The video begins with England all-rounder Benny Howell trying to imitate actor Shah Rukh Khan’s iconic dialogue “Bade Bade Desh Mein Aise Chhoti Choti Baate Hai, Senorita” from the blockbuster film Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge (1995).

He was followed by Australian fast bowler Nathan Ellis, who confused the actor with his teammate and batsman Shah Rukh Khan. He delivered Shah Rukh’s dialogue, “Picture Abhi Baaki Hai Mere Dost” from the film Om Shanti Om (2007).

South African pacer Kagiso Rabada, who has been in lethal form in IPL 2022, has joined the fun. Sadly, his form in Bollywood was not right as he had no idea about actor Salman Khan. He later imitated Salman’s famous dialogue from the film Wanted (2009), “Ek baar jo maine commit kar di phir me apne baap ki bhi nahi nahi nahiye.”

Finally, West Indies all-rounder Odeon Smith came into the frame and much to his surprise, he acted perfectly in Sunny Deol’s “Tarikh Pe Tithi, Tithi Pe Tithi, Tithi Pe Tithi” from the movie Damini (1993).

Coming to the team, PBKS has played 11 matches and lost six of them. Punjab, currently ranked eighth in the points table, need to win their three matches to qualify for the playoffs.

PBKS will now take on Royal Challengers Bangalore in their next IPL 2022 clash at the Brabourne Stadium on Friday.

10 May, 2022, 2:05 pm

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