Mumbai Indians cricketers Rohit Sharma and Harbhajan Singh imitate the legendary Bollywood voice of ‘Gabbar’

‘Gabbar’ is a fictional character, who is the antagonist of the famous Bollywood film ‘Sholay’ that released in 1975. The role of the notorious dacoit, who leads his group of bandits in salvaging and burglarising villages, was played by actor Amjad Khan and it attained immortality and a cult status, making it one of the most popular characters in Indian cinema. In fact, a movie ‘Gabbar is Back’ is slated to release this week.

 

Mumbai Indians (MI) is the most expensive franchises in the Indian Premier League (IPL) and has a massive fan following around the globe. MI is a strong side and a lot is expected from them. MI got off to a disastrous start in IPL 2015, but somehow they defied all the odds and bounced back emphatically to register a win against Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH). Harbhajan Singh is known for his pranks and being an entertainer.

 

In this video, which was posted by MI skipper Rohit Sharma from his Instagram account, Harbhajan and Rohit try to imitate the legendary voice of Gabbar, when they were having a good time together after winning their previous encounter. They imitate the famous dialogue, ‘Tera kya hoga Kalia’.

Kisi ka kuch nai hoga kaliya 😉

A video posted by @rohitsharma45 on

Harbhajan did a better job with the act but Rohit, who has been recently nominated for the 2015 Arjuna Awards, failed miserably. Unique as he was, truly there can be only one ‘Gabbar’.