New Delhi: West Indies cricketer and singer Dwayne Bravo says that one of his dreams is to "break into Bollywood".
"Breaking into Bollywood would actually be one of my other dreams so I would definitely like to give that a shot at some point," Bravo told IANS in an e-mail interview.
Dwayne Bravo. Pic/ AFP
Bravo, whose song "Champion" got viral on the internet, also mentioned that he wants to "inspire his fans to never stop believing in their dreams".
The cricketer added that his "management has already got some offers (from Bollywood)".
But for Bravo, "cricket comes first and always will".
"Music was one of my childhood dreams that I have fulfilled," Bravo added.
Asked who is he a fan of from the Hindi film industry, Bravo said: "It’s Salman Khan, Shah Rukh Khan and Deepika Padukone."
He also mentioned that he has watched Hindi films and can speak a few words in the language.
How does it feel to see "Champion" song becoming so popular?
"It feels great when I hear people say 'Champion' is the next 'Gangnam' and now everywhere I go I see fans breaking into dance," Bravo responded.
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