See The Tinseltown Celebs That Set The Stage Ablaze at IPL 2018 Finale

See The Tinseltown Celebs That Set The Stage Ablaze at IPL 2018 Finale

IPL 2018 final between Chennai Super Kings and Sunrisers Hyderabad was not only one of the most awaited matches of the entire tournament but also the most interesting one. With numerous nailbiting moments, the finale had us glued to our television screens. 

But it's not only the match that had our undivided attention. Tinseltown celebs set the stage on fire with their power-packed performances at the closing ceremony at Wankhede stadium in Mumbai. Bollywood beauties Katrina Kaif, Jacqueline Fernandez and Kriti Sanon enthralled and enticed us with their moves at the finale.

Dressed in a yellow crop top and light blue ripped denim jeans designed by ace designer Manish Malhotra, Katrina dazzled as she performed on the hit chartbuster Kamli from the movie Dhoom 3.


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Congrats to the winners 🌟🎉until next time❤️ @starplus #partytobantihai

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Jacqueline too donned a Manish Malhotra design, a lilac feather and fringes dress with a megawatts of glitter. She was a treat to match-weary eyes as she performed to Tan Tana Tan and Oonchi Hai Building from comedy Judwaa 2.

Kriti Sanon performed on the title track of her film Raabta and songs from Bareilly Ki Barfi, Heropanti and Dilwale. She sported a black t-shirt dress and was a delight to watch.

Prior to her performance, she took to Instagram to share a video of her practising the steps of the song.


#IPLRehearsals 💃🏻💙

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Apart from performances by these lovely ladies, actors Kartik Aaryan too put up a phenomenal show. The cherry on the cake was the constant commentary on air by Salman Khan and Ranbir Kapoor.


IPL Closing Ceremony 2018 🕺🏏

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B-town stars were on fire and the closing ceremony was nothing short of a gala award show event.