Kareena Kapoor adds flavour to IPL V opening night
New Delhi: Bollywood actress Kareena Kapoor is set to enthrall audiences during the opening ceremony of the fifth Indian Premier League at YMCA College of Physical Education Nandanam in Chennai on April 3.
Kareena, renowned for her accomplished performances in films as diverse as Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham, Omkara and Jab We Met, will join local and international entertainers, who will descend on one stage to mark the fifth season of IPL.
From the legendary Amitabh Bachchan to the mind-blowing Prabhudeva, from the sultry Priyanka Chopra to the charismatic Salman Khan, and from the melodic Colonial Cousins to Katy Perry - Opening Nite will have them all.
Kareena will add her own brand of ebullience to this all-star ensemble, making this an unforgettable evening and the perfect way to start a summer of exciting cricket.
All nine team captains will also be present to take the MCC Spirit of Cricket pledge at the opening ceremony.
Tickets prices will start at Rs 1500 and can be purchased from IPLT20.com. The evening`s performances will start at 19:30 and gates will open from 17:00.
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