Hitman Chris Gayle loves having a good time, be it on or off the cricket field.
The flamboyant cricketer has time and again shown off his dancing skills through his celebratory "Gangnam Style" around the 22 yards or animatedly shaking a leg to Punjabi songs with Virat Kohli in parties. The Jamaican is a sight to behold whenever he's in the frame.
So when Gayle's mashup video of ‘Teri aankhon ka yo kajal’ surfaced it on the Internet a couple of months ago, the video was bound to go viral.
In what seems like a shoot for a commercial, the West Indies cricketer can be seen dancing to Haryanvi performer Sapna Choudhary’s hit song.
Impressed by his dancing skills, Choudhary shared the dancing video on her Instagram account.
Come June, a Twitter user who goes by the handle @ImVickyKumar decided to mimic Gayle's dancing skills.
Taking to his Twitter page, Kumar posted his dance clip and captioned it, “Trying to match you strong man :).”
Soon enough, Gayle took notice of the video and decided to go the punny way. He wrote, “You killed it! When is the funeral?”
Of course, Gayle's response didn't go unnoticed as several Twitter users decided to join the party.
It will be after watching this 😛 but the bodies come out of their coffins to watch you batting— Aziz ur Rahman (@aziz_hbk) June 3, 2018
I love chris gyle— Ahsan Khan (@AhsanKh24459887) June 5, 2018
Kumar was more than happy to receive a response from the man himself.
"Not sure when the Funeral is but sincere thanks for retweeting it :) However, each time you come out and bat I feel like I'm attending the Funeral of a 'LEATHER BALL' You literally kill it with those bang bang sixes out of the park. Love and regards from India :)"
Not sure when the Funeral is but sincere thanks for retweeting it :) However, each time you come out and bat I feel like I'm attending the Funeral of a 'LEATHER BALL'You literally kill it with those bang bang sixes out of the parkLove and regards from India :)— A VICKY KUMAR (@ImVickyKumar) June 3, 2018
In fact, Kumar's mom was proud of her son's dancing skills.