Ali Zafar, Sean Paul set to kick-off PSL in Dubai

Get ready to Shake That Thing with the duo!


Entertainment Desk January 21, 2016
Get ready to Shake That Thing with the duo! PHOTO: FILE

Pakistan Super League is finally heating up to the right temperature!

If local celebrities endorsing their favourite teams for the cricket league wasn't exciting enough, the anticipation just went up a whole new level as rock star Ali Zafar prepares to set the stage ablaze alongside Sean Paul.

The two vocal powerhouses will be performing at the opening ceremony of the premier professional Twenty20 cricket tournament in Dubai on February 4.

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PSL team took to social media to break the news:

[fbpost link="https://www.facebook.com/thePSL/videos/978077118925609/"]

The Twenty20 extravaganza will end on February 23 with the winning pool estimated at $1million. Home favourites such as Shahid Afridi and Shoaib Malik will be joined by specialists Chris Gayle, Kevin Pietersen and many more.
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Here are some of the celebrities who came out in support of their teams:
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COMMENTS (2)

PakSal | 5 years ago | Reply @PSL Official: Why second best?
PSL Official | 5 years ago | Reply Pakistan Super League is going to be an amazing tournament for Pakistanis. It will help Pakistan Cricket Board to utilize it as a new revenue stream. Pakistani cricket fans will see a fresh wave of Passion and enthusiam when they will support their teams. Hope it will become 2nd biggest cricket league after IPL
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