Katrina Kaif's abs steal limelight at IPL opening ceremony

Not Chris Brown or Major Lazer it's Kat's performance that's trending on social media


Entertainment Desk April 09, 2016
Not Chris Brown or Major Lazer it's Kat's performance that's trending on social media. PHOTO: TWITTER

The ninth edition of the Indian Premier League (IPL) kicked off with a star-studded opening ceremony on Thursday. With international names such as Chris Brown and Major Lazer performing alongside Bollywood A-listers Ranveer Singh, Katrina Kaif and Jacqueline Fernandez; people paid up to INR10,000 to witness the event live.



Much to their disappointment, however, the performances were pretty average and so it was Katrina Kaif's abs that stole the limelight

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In fact, Katrina's abs almost broke the internet when she grooved to some of her hits, after Ranveer aptly announced, "Give it up for Katrina's abs!"

Even the West Indies star all-rounder Dwayne Bravo couldn't take his eyes off Kat's hot bod as she showed her moves on his song Champion.


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And the cameramen were helpless...



Twitter was blown away as well.






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Worth the hype, we say!
https://twitter.com/VIVOIPL9_2016/status/718457537482371074

COMMENTS (13)

lucifer | 5 years ago | Reply I don't know what these people mean by vulgarity in that performance I mean she's a beautiful women who performed on one of the biggest sports event I India her performance was awesome and the people who've commented it as vulgar can stop watching any movie and TV shows where there is at least small skin show and also stop watching porn
Weirdity | 5 years ago | Reply @TiffinBox: hahah! Fooled you with my sarcaism!
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