Brett Lee, the ferocious Australian pace bowler, may have been retired from the International cricket four years back, but even now, the fast bowler is quite successful in keeping himself under the limelight through one way or the other. Recently, the charming man appeared on the popular Indian Television program, The Kapil Sharma show, and with his unique way of Hindi speaking, he captured the hearts of millions of TV viewers. 

As always, Kapil began his program with some cliched comedies which we have seen an umpteen numbers of times in the past, Then entered, Lee with a bit of smile on his face.

From then, what we witnessed was a real treat which was blessed with the charisma of this Aussie star. 

Surprisingly, the cricketer even uttered a few Hindi lines and even asked the viewers Aap Kaise Hoo which means How are you in India's National language. Lee's Hindi was really awesome, and we believe that he might have learned it during his long IPL campaign. 

Sunil Grover and Ali Asgar were also present in the show.

Brett came to the show to promote his movie unindian, a Bollywood venture directed by Anupam Sharma.

The film had already its World premiere last year, and it was released in India a couple of days back. Lee has done the role of a teacher in this film. Tanisha Chatterjee has romanced the 39-year-old in this feature. This outing was entirely shot in Sydney with a budget of $4million. 

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When asked about the Indian film fraternity, Bret told that Preity Zinta is his favorite. On the other hand, Sharma expressed his obsession towards Nicole Kidman, the Australian beauty.

The fast bowler also gave the anchor some tips to impress girls from the land of Kangaroos. 

In the program, the dashing cricketer revealed that he is so scared to bat during his cricketing days; no matter who is bowling from the other end. 

The story of the flick revolves around the post-retirement of Lee including his controversies and his commercial ads. He played 221 One Day International games in his career.

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