BPL Opening Ceremony: Katrina and Salman wins Internet with their dazzling performance; Video

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Published by Ishan Soni on 09 Dec 2019

Katrina Kaif and Salman Khan’s Jodi is one of the most friends and family in media outlets. The actors as of now performed at the opening service of Bangladesh Premier League T20 and the recordings and photographs from the occasion have surfaced on the web. The two were seen making some occasion memories while performing for their military of fans at the Sher-e-Bangla National Stadium in Dhaka.

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Katrina was seen making a section in style during the occasion and was brandishing a staggering blue outfit that stood out enough to be noticed. Then, Salman was wearing a dark full sleeve shirt and bejewelled vest. The Dabangg entertainer performed on his prominent tracks like Oh Jane Jaana, Munna Badnaam Hua among others.

See a glimpse of the clasps from the opening ceremony of Bangladesh Premier League T20:

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Prior Salman had shared a post including the Prime Minister of Bangladesh Sheik Hasina. Alongside it, he expressed, “Katrina and I, with the Hon. Executive Sheik Hasina.. it was a delight and respect to have met such a wonderful woman . . . @katrinakaif”


Salman additionally commended the Prime Minister during his exhibition and stated, “Love you, Sheik Hasina, Sirf Naam hello NHI Hasina hai, yet genuinely Hasina hain, dil se hasina, seerat se hasina. We just met the decent Prime Minister and we were amazed by her, that charming grin, her poise, she observes, her stature, her grin, such a charming grin she has and her eyes and the most cherished individual in Bangladesh, three-term executive, we love you, Sheik Hasina Ji”

Investigate this clasp from the honour function:

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Katrina likewise imparted pictures to her team from the occasion and stated, “So appreciative for these young men …. continuously with me on this extraordinary ride … a continuous rush of excitement and can make me grin through anything”

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