Suresh Raina made his India comeback in the recently-concluded Twenty20 International series against South Africa and the left-hander justified his selection with some impressive knocks. Due to his notable performances, Raina earned a place in the ongoing T20I Nidahas Trophy Tri-series in Sri Lanka. Raina, who scored just one run in the opening T20I against Sri Lanka, scored 28 in India's win against Bangladesh in the second match of the tournament. Ahead of the fourth T20I match against the Islanders on Monday, Raina entertained his teammates by singing a classic of legendary Bollywood singer Kishore Kumar.
Raina sang "Ye shaam mastani..madhosh kiye jaye" and was accompanied by two guitarists and a Conga drummer.
Raina's love for music is known to most of his fans. The left-hander has made a mark in Bollywood too.
The southpaw lent his voice to the song - "Tu Mili Sab Mila", in the Bollywood movie Meeruthiya Gangsters.
Raina became the third Indian cricketer to hit 50 sixes in T20Is. Raina reached the landmark during the second T20I against Bangladesh in the ongoing tournament.
India's Yuvraj Singh is on top of the Indian list with 74 sixes while Rohit Sharma is at the second spot with 69 sixes.