After Rocking IPL, KKR Cricketers Showed Their Acting Skills in Shah Rukh Khan Style

Just imagine Chris Lynn enacting SRK’s "Battery nahi bolne ka." 

After Rocking IPL, KKR Cricketers Showed Their Acting Skills in Shah Rukh Khan Style

Holding the 3rd place in IPL 2018, Kolkata Knight Riders is constantly winning hearts. Its good performance can clearly be seen in numbers as the team is currently on the table with 14 points in 13 matches.

It wasn't a long time ago when Shah Rukh Khan's KKR lost against Mumbai Indians by 102 runs. But since there are just a few days remaining to the finale now, the team was seen having some fun. 

Yes, in a recent tweet by Red Chillies Entertainment, the team showed their acting abilities by enacting Shah Rukh Khan's famous dialogues. 

Here are the cricketers who portrayed some famous dialogues of the romance king of Bollywood: 

"Battery nahi bolne ka"  

Australian cricketer Chris Lynn doesn't know how to speak Hindi. But in his tooti-footi Hindi, he still enacted SRK's dialogue "Battery nahi bolne ka" from the movie Raees and it is hilarious.  


"Don't underestimate the power of a common man." 

You can imagine what will happen if an off-spin bowler and aggressive left-handed batsman tried to enact SRK's dialogue. So, it took Trinidadian cricketer Sunil Narine various time outs to match up to SRK's level. 

"Hum shareef kya huye, puri duniya hi badmash bann gai." 

After narrating SRK's Dilwale dialogue is one go, Piyush Chawla gained the momentum of The One Take Artist.  

"Kiska hai yeh tumko intezaar mein hoon na"

The Ram-Lakshman of KKR, Shivam Mavi and Shubman Gill enacted the typical Main Hoon Na move. 

"Koi dhandha chota nahi hota aur dhandhe se bada koi dharam nahi hota."

Dinesh Karthik rephrased the Raees dialogue to, "Koi match chota ya bada nahi hota aur Cricket se bada koi dharam nahi hota."

*I am impressed.*

"Dil to sabke pass hota hai par sab dilwale nahi hote." 

No one did it better then Robin Uthappa! 

"Din aur raat logo ke hote honge saheb. Sheron ka to zamana hota hai."

The swag with which Kuldeep Yadav narrated the dialogue, his fans must ask him to try in films as well.

Here's the video

To this, SRK then replied, "As much as I love my team, here's the deal. I leave the cricket to u & u leave the acting to me!! Ha ha."

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