Indian Premier League franchise RCB’s management interacted with the star cast of recently hit movie Salaar’s star cast. In this interaction, RCB management also gifted the team’s IPL jersey to the Salaar star cast; the picture of this moment also went viral on social media as soon as it was shared by Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) on their official X-handle (formerly Twitter).
Meanwhile, the ‘Bahubali’ fame star actor, Prabhas was also there on this occasion of the success part of Salaar movie.
“A big shout out to our partners Hombale Films and the stellar star cast of Salaar for the box office success!” read the caption of the post shared by RCB, with a picture, alongside the team of Salaar.
Here’s a look at the moment when RCB gifted a team jersey Salaar star cast:
A big shout out to our partners @hombalefilms and the stellar star cast of Salaar for the box office success! 👏#RCBxHombale #ನಮ್ಮRCB #ನಮ್ಮHombale #PlayBold #Salaar #Prabhas #PrashanthNeel @PrithviOfficial @hombalefilms @VKiragandur @shrutihaasan @ChaluveG @bhuvangowda84… pic.twitter.com/qeh9VXwj03— Royal Challengers Bangalore (@RCBTweets) January 16, 2024
Notably, one of the most followed and loved franchises in the IPL, RCB will be eyeing ending their trophy drought in the upcoming Indian Premier League 2024. Despite having a lot of big and blistering names in all the previous seasons of the tournament, RCB failed to lift the IPL title since the inception of the tournament 16 years back in the year 2008.
In the upcoming edition of the Indian Premier League, the team will be led by the former South Africa captain and batting stalwart, Faf du Plessis. Besides Faf, former Indian skipper and the modern-day batting great, Virat Kohli will also be a part of the RCB in the 17th edition of the tournament; the fans’ hopes will be relying on the veteran duo of Faf and Virat to end the wait for an IPL trophy.
Talking about IPL 2024, there are various assumptions in the Indian cricketing circle around the commencement of the tournament if it will be played in India. However, an Indian Cricket Board source confirmed that the tournament will be played as usual in India without any clash of dates with the upcoming General Elections.