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DLF IPL 2012

03 Apr

People sit back and fasten your seat belt,its show time ,its IPL 2012.

 

 Galaxy of stars, including Amitabh Bachchan and American pop star Katy Perry, set the stage for the fifth edition of Indian Premier League with a glittering opening ceremony which enthralled the audience at the YMCA College of Physical Education on Tuesday. 

 

The opening ceremony starts with Amitabh Bachchan’s poetry reading session. Later the mega star will take the oath for the tournament. Amitabh, returning to work after two abdominal surgeries earlier this year, started the proceedings for the evening with a rendition of a poem ‘If I were to be born again’, written by renowned lyricist Prasoon Joshi.

Bollywood actress Priyanka Chopra then enthralled the audience with her dance and heroics during her performance to the hit numbers from her films such as ‘Don’, ‘Don 2’ and ‘Kaaminey’, which even saw India spinner Harbhajan Singh shaking a leg on the stage.

India’s dancing sensation and Chennai’s own Prabhu Deva then burned the dance floor with his power-packed performance where he danced to songs from films such as (Wanted) and ‘Hum Se Hai Muqablah’.

Salman Khan in action

Caption of all 9 teams of IPL 2012 

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