When Dwayne Bravo grabbed MS Dhoni's collar after losing warm-up match

New Delhi, Mar 12: In their first warm-up match of 2016 ICC World Twenty20 on Thursday, India crushed West Indies. And what came next was even more surprising.

According to reports, West Indies all-rounder Dwayne Bravo held Indian skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni's collar after the defeat.

When Bravo grabbed MS Dhoni's collar.
According to a Zeenews report, "Bravo, who was a vital cog in the now suspended Chennai Super Kings in the Indian Premier League (IPL), was seen holding Dhoni's collar while the players were congratulating each other. While it was a friendly banter between the two, the crowd at the Eden Gardens was stunned for a second when the incident happened."

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Dhoni and Bravo share a great camaraderie as earlier when Dwayne Bravo launched his latest single "Chalo Chalo", he roped in Mahendra Singh Dhoni also in it.

'Chalo Chalo' is a mixed genre song featuring Caribbean music with western and Indian influences," Bravo said.

The song, he said, was conceived when he was made to sit out of the West Indian World Cup team.

"I was disappointed and bored for about two months. I wanted to divert my concentration on something else and that's when I decided to work on this track," he added.


"Chalo Chalo" is Bravo's seventh single. A hardcore Indian music lover, Bravo said he loves Telugu song "Ringa Ringa" and "Lungi Dance" from "Chennai Express".

According to a Deccan Chronicle report, recently, "West Indies dashing all-rounder Dwayne Bravo heaped praise on his former Chennai Super Kings skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni calling him a good leader asserting that the CSK connection will always remain between the both of them."

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