Watch: Rohan Gavaskar, Amol Muzumdar discuss 'Jio Dance', 'Kung Fu Pandya' on 'Free Hit'

Rohan Gavaskar and Amol Muzumdar take a look at some of the most trending stories and off-field topics from the last one week in IPL 2017.

FP Sports April 11, 2017 18:57:52 IST

Former India cricketer Rohan Gavaskar and Mumbai cricket legend Amol Muzumdar return to the second episode of 'Free Hit', with folks such as Hardik Pandya and Manoj Tiwary being the centre of discussion on this occasion.

In the second episode of the show, brought to you by yours truly in association with Exhale Sports and dedicated to all things making news off the field,  'Kung Fu Pandya' is the first topic of discussion after his heroic 29 not out off 11 deliveries, guiding Mumbai Indians to a hard-fought four-wicket win over Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) at the Wankhede Stadium on Sunday.

Watch Rohan Gavaskar Amol Muzumdar discuss Jio Dance Kung Fu Pandya on Free HitAlso discussed on the show is Manoj Tiwary, who was caught in the crossfire between the hilarious exchange between cricketer-turned-commentator Kevin Pietersen and former Rising Pune Supergiant (RPS) captain MS Dhoni. Gavaskar aka Gaff goes on to say that he would have stayed mum on the issue.

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