Boy's night out for India's spin twins

Updated: 31 October 2007 07:26 IST

Its usually the pace bowlers who hunt in pairs. But on Saturday night, it was India's spin twins, not quite hunting, but certainly letting their hair down.

New Delhi:

Its usually the pace bowlers who hunt in pairs. But on Saturday night, it was India's spin twins, not quite hunting, but certainly letting their hair down together!

The Indian Cricket team is trying get as much rest as possible before the old enemy comes knocking in November. And while skipper MS Dhoni is relaxing in Ranchi, India's current spin twins, Harbhajan Singh and Murali Kartik were spotted in New Delhi attending a party in their honour celebrating their recent success.

Kartik and Harbhajan made the most of their time off by sampling the night life of New Delhi.

And while he may have arrived alone, Harbhajan was soon in some coveted glamorous company. The Turbanator had a little more glamour on his mind when asked to pick his ideal party partners, "Vijay Mallya, Shahrukh Khan and Malika Sherawat," said the spinner.

Murali Kartik was accompanied by his wife Shweta to the party. She certainly would have raised an eyebrow after hearing about her husband's choice for a dream date, "Salma Hayek, Salma Hayek and Salma Hayek," he said.

Unfortunately neither Salma nor Malika were present to fulfill their fantasy but the ever stylish Kapil Dev was on hand to add his star presence to the party.

So it was a brilliant way for the players to let their hair down before the Pakistan series. Kartik though will be hoping this isn't what he's limited to doing during the series.

Topics : Cricket Sreesanth
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