WATCH: Dwayne Bravo Has A 'Drink Of Champions' Recipe, Here's What It Is

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Dwayne Bravo has also become the centre of attention for his off-the field entertainment. His injury has not prevented the two-time World T20 winner from experimenting new things. 

Written By Karthik Nair | Mumbai | Updated On:

The Caribbean flavour has already become a success in this year's IPL. Andre Russell has been single-handedly winning the matches for Kolkata Knight Riders with his explosive batting, Chris Gayle has also grabbed the spotlight of becoming the fastest batsman in IPL history to score 4,000 runs and also the first batsman to hit 300 sixes in the history of the competition.

Apart from these two, their West Indian team-mate Dwayne Bravo has also become the centre of attention for his off-the field entertainment. The stylish Trinidadian all-rounder will not be in action for the next two weeks as he has been ruled out due to a Grade-I hamstring tear which he had suffered during CSK's clash against Mumbai Indians on Wednesday which they had lost. Nonetheless, that has not prevented the two-time World T20 winner from experimenting new things. 

Bravo had earlier informed the viewers about his favourite drink and had also revealed the ingredients of making this drink. He then went on to label it as the 'Drink of champions'. 

His team Chennai Super Kings shared the video on Twitter.

Bravo took his experiment to the next level when he decided to become a stylist by giving the 24-year old Jharkhand all-rounder Monu Kumar Singh a new makeover. Post this experiment, the West Indian all-rounder took a selfie with Singh they both shared a hug.

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Even this image was posted on Twitter by the Chennai franchise.

Bravo was off-colour during the match against Mumbai Indians where even though he had picked up a wicket but was very expensive as he gave away 49 runs in his four overs at an economy of 12.25. However, he had played a key role in CSK's third IPL triumph last year. 

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