‘Bollywood has been calling my name recently,’ Chris Gayle says of his acting dreams. “I’m pretty familiar with the movie industry in India. Recently, I did a commercial over there in India with a Bollywood actor,” Gayle said.
Chris Gayle, a former West Indies batter, is widely consider as one of the most explosive batters of his generation. In his prime, the 44-year-old produced amazing performances even against the best bowlers. Gayle has made his name recognized all around the world, thanks to his performances in the IPL and international cricket. However, since retiring from the sport, he has pursued a variety of interests.
Aside from his musical talent, the former batter recently revealed that Bollywood has been calling for him. Gayle express his enthusiasm in acting and state that Bollywood is something wonderful to look forward to.
“Bollywood has been calling my name recently, and I’m quite familiar with the Indian film industry.” “I recently did a commercial with a Bollywood actor over there in India, and it’s something special to look for from the Universe Boss in the near future,” Gayle told IndiaToday.
I’m proud of the fact that it has entered into the 2024 Grammy race: Chris Gayle
Gayle also discussed his music record ‘Tropical House – Cruises to Jamaica,’ which has been nominated for a Grammy Award in 2024. Speaking about the same, he express his pride that his album had been nominate for a Grammy Award.
“First and foremost, I’m thrilled to be the album’s face and headliner. I’m thrill that it has been nominated for Best Reggae Album at the 2024 Grammys.” “The album features Grammy winners Ms.Lauryn Hill, Morgan Heritage, and reggae giants Capleton and Sizzla,” Gayle stated.
Furthermore, the cricketer discussed how he is following in the footsteps of all-rounder Dwayne Bravo in music. Gayle believes he is good friends with Bravo and that they both enjoy music.
“Bravo and I are very good friends. We both love music, especially because we are both from the islands. It’s all about having fun and showcasing our culture in each song we create for our fans. “No matter what other industries I venture into, I will always have a hand in cricket because it is my life and the game has done so much for me,” Gayle added.