Indian Cricketer Sreesanth to Dance on Jhalak Dikhla Jaa

After the ban from Cricket, Indian former test cricket Sreesanth is ready to show his new look to his fans.

Sreesanth’s first glimpse of his ability to dance in Johannesburg Cricket stadium in December 2006, he performs the dance on the pitch during the match when he hits the six to the South African fast bowler Andrew Neil. He was dancing after playing the long six.

Eight years have passed since the incident and accused of spot-fixing sanctions on Sreesanth, now he is ready to demonstrate the ability to dance and he has also found a platform for this.

Sreesanth is going to join the Indian dance reality show “Jhalak Dikhla Ja” as a candidate which is going to start from June 7, 2014.

Indian Cricketer Sreesanth Dance

Because of his actions in the field and outside the field of cricket ‘Bad Boy’ image of Sreesanth told to the media: “I took part in the show, I want to show the world that human hopes must not let the foot. My family supported me. I’ll put everything in this show”.

He said: In this difficult period, his wife fully supports her. He was married last year with his girlfriend. I missed school days, the only hobby I’d met through the show. I’ll try that one out of ten marks in each round can.

India’s southern state Kerala’s based fast bowler Sreesanth loved to dance at the time of school but slipped out of his captaincy after join cricket.

Sreesanth has been moved to Mumbai for the show. He said: I hope that my bad days have passed and now is a good time to start.

Cricket spot-fixing allegations about being banned and he said: I hope that I will come out of these trials. Cricket is still my top priority and I will definitely come back. Since testing is ongoing and the case is now over, so not fair to say more.

After getting the chance for dance and music, Sreesanth is also ready to try her luck in movies. He will also become a part of Tamil and Telugu based movie music.

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