Vanakkam Chennai, says 'Chhammak challo' Kareena
Chennai, April 3 (IANS) Kareena Kapoor stole many hearts in Chennai when she danced to her chartbuster "Chhamak chhallo" and swayed to "Dil mera muft ka" at the opening ceremony of the fifth edition of the Indian Premier League (IPL) here Tuesday, but the cherry on the cake was her warm "Vanakkam".
The packed audience cheered in unison for the 31-year-old as she came on stage dressed in a blingy black overcoat.
"Kaun hai jisne mujhe mudke nahin dekha (Who is the one who didn't turn around again to see me)" from her popular movie "Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham", played in the background as Kareena appeared on stage. And going by her flashy outfit, the dialogue suited the moment perfectly. Even if one wanted, one couldn't miss her presence on stage.
Kareena set the stage on fire with "Chhammak chhallo", "Pyaar ki pungi", her latest mujra number "Dil mera muft ka" and grooved to some remixed versions of her songs like "Yeh ishq haaye", "Teri meri prem kahaani" and "Criminal".
Her performance was fairly long and vivacious and left the audience asking for more.
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