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Deepika padukone and Neha Dhupia sport new Team India jersey

Virat Kohli sporting on the style factor. Soon after the launch of the kit designed by Nike, it has garnered further atraction when Deepika Padukone and Neha Dhupia modelled in the new shirts. The two Bollywood actresses posted their images on Twitter with the trending #bleedblue. Indian cricketers will sport the high-tech kit during the tri-nation series in Australia and the cricket world cup 2015. Deepika is from a sporting family as her father, Prakash Padukone, is one of India's greatest badminton players. The actress herself is an active shuttle player. She also supports Royal Banglore challengers in IPL. "As a cricket fan and active athlete, I felt a great sense of pride when I first put on the team jersey. Cricket is the biggest sport in India and the support for the game is incredible all over the country. I look forward to great success for Team India in cricket world cup 2015," Deepika said. Neha Dhupia also joined the sporting Indian jersey and left a message of good luck for the Indian team.


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