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Sizzling Babes of IPL

Posted by Kokolicious on May 6th, 2009

Glamour has become an integrated part of IPL whether in the form of cheer leaders, hosts of cricket related shows or owners of the teams. Check out babes of IPL who rocks.

Cricket’s first lady: Mandira Bedi

Mandira Bedi gave cricket a whole new dimension when she first hosted Extraaa Innings in noodle strap sari blouses below stylish saris. The Punjabi hottie has so far held her own in the IPL season 2 among the more distinguished cricket pundits. And why is Mandira all covered up while hosting the shows? "I did go strapless the first day. It’s very cold here now. The day the sun shines, I’ll go back to my ‘minimalist’ self," retorts Mandira.

The Queen among the ‘Kings’: Preity Zinta

Preity can constantly be seen cheering her team, Kings XI Punjab. And she just might be the most vivacious of all the IPL owners. A big hug is generally reserved for the star players of the day from her team. When asked about her favourite player from the team, says Preity "I don’t have any favourites as such but love the way Yuvraj Singh hits those big sixes."

Her ‘Royal’ Highness: Shilpa Shetty


The Champions deserve the best. And that is Shilpa Shetty. The Royals have a new owner and the glam quotient associated with the RRs has reached the sky. Though she owns only 11.7% stake, she more than covers it up with her starry presence. Why Royals? "They were considered the underdogs-just like I was. That’s also why I backed them from the word go," replies Shilpa.

The sibling: Shamita Shetty

Shamita Shetty’s presence at this year’s IPL doesn’t come as a surprise, considering the fact that the more famous of the Shetty sisters, Shilpa, is the part-owner of the Rajasthan Royals team. And together with mother Sunanda Shetty, they make for a happy Indian family at this year’s IPL in South Africa.


The distractions: Cheerleaders

Although there have been calls for banning the cheerleaders at IPL, the fact remains that they are the biggest attractions at all IPL matches, besides the cricket of course. The picture of scantily clad beauties dancing to the tune of fours and sixes has warmed many a hearts already. " I don’t know much about cricket. I come to watch the cheerleaders," says a SA spectator. That says it all!

Source: India Times

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