Rahul Dravid, U-19 team groove to Baby Doll in New Zealand
Coach Rahul Dravid too shakes a leg as popular Sunny Leone song plays in fun-filled Bay Oval dressing room
Actor Sunny Leone, who featured in the song, Baby Doll
Rahul Dravid's 16-year international cricket career was more sweet than sour. But he never had the good fortune of being part of a World Cup-winning team. In fact, he led India in their most forgettable World Cup - in the West Indies - in 2007. Yesterday, he coached the India under-19 team to a World Cup win in New Zealand and Dravid, it is learnt, celebrated sportingly.
U-19 team players celebrate their World Cup win by dancing inside the dressing room at Bay Oval on Saturday. PIC/BCCI's Twitter handle
Baby Doll Main Sone Di, a popular dance number from the movie Ragini MMS 2 featuring Sunny Leone, played in the Indian team's dressing room in Bay Oval in Mount Maunganui where India beat Australia for the title and the team got Dravid to shake a leg. "We all know how Rahul sir gels with the team during training sessions, but he is very good at mixing with them off the field too. He danced with the team and shared their joy," a source told in New Zealand told mid-day on Saturday. "We enjoyed every moment of the celebrations and took selfies with Rahul sir. The smiles just didn't disappear," the source added.
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