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Dwayne DJ Bravo in the House : All About Music, Cricket & Mutton Biryani

May 17, 2018, 9:09 PM IST India India

In an exclusive chat with, Bravo revealed his love for India and his 'India' connection. "My experience in India is always good. I always say, India is like home away from home for me. When I'm here, I'm very comfortable. I get a lot of love in India in every city that I go.," he said.

When asked about his love for music, he said, " I think not only in my life but I think in most people's lives, music is very essential. It's either sports or music, they go hand in hand and I'm happy that I'm able to do both and have success in both and I just want to continue to do this. I call it happy music, to make people feel happy and be a part of my life."

Not just this, Bravo also spilled a little CSK secret that is enclosed only inside their dressing room. "CSK have a tradition that whenever we win a game, we have an anthem, a song that we sing, a team song but that is basically for in-house only. No one is allowed to sing it outside or videotape it or do anything like that but we all look forward to singing that song after every game we win because it's a song that make us feel proud that we are Chennai Super Kings," he disclosed.

CSK has been on the top of their game so far in this season of IPL, even though they've come after a hiatus of two years. Bravo believes the chemistry in the team members has been one of the reasons why CSK has been performing with consistency, considering each individual's bonding with other team members. "While we were missing for two years, the chemistry was still there because for those two years, most of us kept in touch with each other. That's a good thing about representing Chennai Super Kings. We're not just an IPL team that comes together for 2 months, we keep in touch with each other, we develop friendships. Even the owners, they keep in touch, the coach Stephen Fleming, MS Dhoni, all these guys keep in touch with players and i think that'll go a long way," he said.