The Indian Premier League seems to have made Lungi Ngidi well aware of the culture and tradition of India. The South Africa star first played IPL in 2018 when Chennai Super Kings secured his services. In his maiden season, he helped Chennai Super Kings win the title. He, however, could not play this year due to an injury.

Lungi, nonetheless, made all the efforts to know about India before landing in the country in 2018. Soon after receiving his maiden IPL contract, he had taken to Twitter to post a tweet, revealing that he heard Bollywood chartbuster Lungi Dance and loved it.

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In his latest activity on Twitter, Lungi Ngidi has made it clear that he still remembers the Lungi Dance. It all started when Netflix India asked the users on Twitter a trivia question:

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“How many times do you hear “Lungi Dance” in the chorus of Lungi Dance? Asking for a friend. #ChennaiExpress”

The question was a hit among the fans as they came up with their responses. However, Lungi Ngidi stole the show by hilariously writing:


Lungi Ngidi, meanwhile, is a part of South Africa’s Test squad for the upcoming Test series against India. Having made his international debut against India last year, Ngidi is yet to play an international game in India. South Africa last played a bilateral series in India in 2015. It was a full-fledged series and the Proteas had done really well.

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They had won the T20I and the ODI series. India, however, had thoroughly outplayed them in the Tests to win the four-match series 3-0.

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Both India and South Africa, meanwhile, are currently involved in the ongoing three-match T20I series. The first game of the series was abandoned without a ball being bowled on Sunday due to rain.