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The Norwegian Dance Crew’s “Kala Chashma” Performance Goes Viral Thanks to Dhawan and Co

The players of the Indian squad can be seen dancing to the popular song “Kala Chashma” from the movie “Baar Baar Dekho” in the video that was posted on social media by Shikhar Dhawan.

The Indian cricket team, led by KL Rahul, had a night to remember as it won the third one-day international match against Zimbabwe by a score of 13 runs to complete a 3-0 victory in the series. Sikandar Raza’s magnificent century put India through quite the ordeal in Harare, but in the end, India was victorious over their opponents.

The fact that the majority of the veteran players were given some time off to relax made the series an even more meaningful experience for everyone involved. Earlier, Shubman Gill scored his first century for his country in an international competition. Not only did Gill cause havoc with the bat, but he also took the wicket of Zimbabwe’s Sikandar Raza, who was on his way to scoring a century and threatening to give the home team an upset win.

As a result of his 245 run contributions throughout the three games, Gill was recognised as the player of the match and player of the series.

Following the conclusion of the game, it was time for the Indian team to celebrate their victory. In a post to social media that has now gone viral, Shikhar Dhawan provided an inside look at the party that was going on. In the video that was posted online, the members of the Indian squad can be seen dancing to the popular song “Kala Chashma,” which was featured in the film “Baar Baar Dekho.”

It is vital to keep in mind that earlier in this year, a group of dancers and movement directors from a company known as “Quick Style” went viral after they taped their feet to the beats of a popular party anthem called “Kala Chashma” while performing at a wedding. The video demonstrates that the group delivered a high-octane performance that was full of expressive expressions and smooth moves. The victory celebration that Dhawan and his companions had after their victory is remarkably comparable to the video that became extremely popular earlier this year.

In reference to the game, the tourists scored 289 runs for eight wickets in fifty overs after India’s captain KL Rahul won the toss and elected to bat first. After responding with 276 runs, Zimbabwe was dismissed out of the game with three balls remaining.

When the visitors brought the score to 122-5 for the home team, with all of the regular scorers except for Raza back in the pavilion, it appeared as though they were going to win. But Raza, who was born in Pakistan, ignored his dismal performance in the prior two matches to slam 115, which meant that Zimbabwe needed 17 runs off just 12 balls to win the game.

Zimbabwe’s valiant comeback attempt was ultimately unsuccessful due to the failure of the tail to deliver.

Gill blasted 15 fours and a six on his way to a score of 130 off of 97 balls. Ishan Kishan scored 50 runs, Shikhar Dhawan scored 40 runs, and Rahul scored 30 runs with the bat as well. After coming agonisingly close to hitting a century against the West Indies in Port of Spain, where he scored an unbeaten 98, 22-year-old Gill finally broke through with a century a little less than a month later.

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