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Shanthakumaran Sreesanth Dedicates Song to India's World Cup team

Shanthakumaraan Sreesanth, the Indian speedster now, turned singer and writer as he wrote two songs, "Hello Sher Banke Tu Jung lad le" in Hindi for the World Cup and the other was a romantic Tamil song ''Anbulla Azhake". He dedicated the song to team India ahead of the ICC Cricket 2011 World Cup. He presented these two songs at Jose Thomas Performing center in Kerala as it was the first curtain raiser show of his band S-36 which includes playback singer Madhu Balakrishnan and Deepak Warrier and Kamran Ahmed. S in S-36 stands for Sreesanth and 36 is his lucky jersey number. Their band will officially be launched in Dubai after the completion of season IV of the IPL. Meanwhile, the band is planning to conduct some shows in major cities of India like Bangalore, Mumbai and Chandigarh. Wish Sreesanth and his band loads of luck and hope S-36 emerges well.


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