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    Default Life OK stars create dhamaal with CSK players

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    Cricket fever is catching on amongst the masses as the teams now look to race ahead to the top four spots in DLF IPL season 5. At this juncture, Life OK extends its fullest support to the reigning champions of the format, Chennai Super Kings (CSK).

    Recently, the cast of their successful show, Dil Se Di Dua..Saubhagyavati Bhava had the pleasant opportunity to travel to the team’s home ground, Chennai and cheer the players. Karanvir Bohra aka Viraj, Sriti Jha who plays Jhanvi and Harshad Chopda (Raghav) met the CSK team and interacted with them. In addition to this, the cast of 72 Degrees Northe and Sagar Arts’ recently launched show Aasman Se Aage too met the CSK players.

    The popular faces of the shows were excited on seeing the big guns of CSK, Mahendra Singh Dhoni, Suresh Raina and Ravindra Jadeja. The whole team along with the cast of these two shows had a gala time dancing and singing. Ojaswi Oberoi shook a leg with Suresh Raina and the other team members while Apurva Agnihotri sang a song from his movie Pardes.

    Ojaswi shared her experience with us stating, “It was fun and we had a great time dancing with the team. Dhoni has this hidden talent, he is a good dancer and this shocked one and all.”

    Karanvir Bohra said, “It was great fun meeting Dhoni, Raina and Jadeja. I thank the Life OK team to have given this opportunity to meet the ‘stars’ of cricket.”

    Harshad Chopda was present at the time of the toss, while Karanvir was given the responsibility of handing over the Man of the Match trophy at the post match presentation ceremony.

    Talking about this experience, Karanvir further shared, “I had a very good time interacting with Dhoni. I carried with me this cane that Viraj usually uses in the show. Dhoni took the cane from me, and knighted me as ‘Sarvraj’ and presented me with the cane (smiles). It was so hilarious.”

    Tell him that the title holders have their task cut out now, after losing two straight games, and an optimistic Karanvir said, “One needs to fight and fight to find success. I really hope CSK does well in the games to come.”



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