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Mandeep Singh, Virat Kohli, Chris Gayle shake a leg to Bhangra © Facebook

Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB), the finalist of Indian Premier League (IPL) 2016, shook a leg to Bhangra after their victory against Gujarat Lions (GL) earlier this week. The video features Mandeep Singh teaching the traditional dance of Punjab to West Indian batsman Chris Gayle. RCB captain Virat Kohli later joined the act and the trio entertained the hotel by boasting of their dance skills. However, this is the third time that RCB have reached the IPL final. Given RCB have never won the trophy, they will put their heart and soul to outplay GL and win their maiden IPL title. Read: Rajiv Shukla to take up Chris Gayle’s sexism issue with BCCI

We saw a similar video featuring the same trio dancing to Bhangra, which was recorded by their former teammate Sean Abbott. Imagine the kind of celebration they will display if they come up victorious on Sunday.

Mandeep shared the video on his official Facebook page with the following caption: “Final, here we come. RCB enu kehnde aa celebration. #worldheavyweightbhangra #endbande #topmen.” Read – Virender Sehwag to Shoaib Akhtar: Pakistan still waiting for ‘Mauka’ to beat India in World Cup

Kohli became the first player to score 900-plus runs in an IPL season and needs 81 runs to become the first to reach the 1000-run mark. He is the current Orange Cap holder, with David Warner at second position in the list.

Both teams have won one game each in their previous contests this summer. While AB de Villiers was Player of the Match in the first match, Warner won it in the second contest for his 50-ball 92. Whichever team wins the final will be the first team to win the IPL for the first time since its inception.