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‘All The Best’ star cast wish team India all the best for CT

The cast of Devgan's 'All The Best' have come together in a special video wishing the Indian cricket team luck.

Written by Agencies | Mumbai |
September 22, 2009 2:16:23 pm

The star cast of Ajay Devgan’s ‘All The Best’ have come together in a special video wishing the Indian cricket team all the best for the forthcoming Champions Trophy.

Going with the theme of the film,ESPN sports channel recently approached its director Rohit Shetty to shoot a special video wishing the Indian Cricket team all the best before they start the Champions Trophy in South Africa.

Ajay Devgan,an ardent cricket fan was all game and shot the video last week along with co-stars Sanjay Dutt,Bipasha Basu,Fardeen Khan and Mugdha Godse.

Shetty says,”It’s a special promo on cricket with the stars wearing masks of different cricketers and cheering them.

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The song is meant to wish the Indian cricketers before every game. It’s an association between the channel and the All The Best team.”

“The cast wishes the cricket team and says ‘Yeh Diwali Hogi Cupwali’ and then they start dancing to the title track,” Shetty added.

Set against the background of a cricket stadium,the video is choreographed by Seemaa Desai while Pritam has given

the music.

All the dancers are wearing the Indian cricket team’s outfits. The video is currently on ESPN and news channels.

Releasing this Diwali,’All The Best’ is a rib-tickling comedy resulting from mistaken identities and hilarious goof-ups.

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