Stars bond over cricket!

By Hindustan Times

MUMBAI, Feb. 19 -- Salman Khan looked disappointed with the performance of the Mumbai Heroes against the Telugu Warriors on Sunday, at the Lal Bahadur Stadium.

The actor who is the face of the CCL (Celebrity Cricket Team), believes that he must tighten his hold over the team (led by brother Sohail Khan) and "make them play well". Salman flew from Mumbai to Hyderabad to cheer the team, but that didn't seem to affect their performance.

The Telugu Warriors won the match by six wickets. Captain Suniel Shetty dislocated a finger bone and Aditya Roy Kapur injured himself during practice.

Salman may not be that hopeful of the team's prospects, but he does seem to think that the cricket league is a wonderful way to bring together actors from all across the country.

"We could also make a film on cricket with these stars, technically, but we can't afford that," says Salman. Along with Salman, brand ambassador for CCL season three Bipasha Basu and Mumbai Heroes' official faces Nargis Fakhri and Chitrangda Singh were also present.

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