Sri Lanka Cricketer, Chamith Kosala Kulasekara was spotted in Maheshwar, India last Tuesday.
According to local reports, he was there to take part in an ongoing movie of ‘Bhilat Dev of Nagalwadi’.
In the movie, Kulasekara is playing a role of ‘Sri Lankan cricket player’. He also mentioned that he is a good friend of producer and director, Pushpendra Albe since four years and the cricketer is not taking money for acting in this film.
Kulasekara reached at Maheshwar fort where he saw statue of Dev Ahilya and Narmada River where he took ‘selfie’ and some group photos with his team.
During his visit Kulasekara said, “Both in India and Sri Lanka, most of the cricketers come from the poor and lower middle class families but on the basis of their hard work and courage they reach to their goal”.
Further, he also added that he is influenced with the playing technique of Indian cricketer Mahendra Singh Dhoni while he believes that Sachin Tendulkar is one of the greatest cricketers of all time.
Talking about his cricket team, Kulasekara stated that the future of Sri Lanka Team is bright where each player is hard working and dedicated towards his game.