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Watch: Kim Sharma’s ex-boyfriend Yuvraj Singh teases her as she shares a video of her pole dancing – Eagles Vine

Kim Sharma recently shared a glimpse of her pole dancing session with her fans on Instagram through a video. While fans went gaga over it, her ex-boyfriend Yuvraj Singh dropped some hilarious comments on the post.

Check out the post here:

In the video, Kim is seen showing spinning on a pole and looking stunning as ever in her black sports bra and pink shorts. Along with the video, she wrote, ‘Mid week spin with @aarifa.pole.burnt’

No sooner did she share the video on her picture-sharing app, comments started pouring in from all sides. While Preeti Jhangiani wrote, ‘Wow! Nice!’ in the comment section, Seema Khan wrote, ‘Wow’, followed by a heart-eyed emoticon. However, it was comment from her ex-boyfriend Yuvraj Singh that grabbed our attention.

Taking to the comment section, he wrote, ‘Wah kya sur hai Kaunsa gana gaa rahin hain madam aap’, followed by a laughing emoji.

Check out all the comments here:

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The video also drew appreciation from fans. “My heart just skipped a beat,” one commented, while another said he could ‘watch this on loop all day’. Some called her ‘beautiful’ and her pole-dancing skills ‘mind-blowing’.

Yuvraj and Kim were in a relationship for a long time before they parted ways in 2007. Currently, Yuvraj is married to actor Hazel Keech. Kim, on the other hand, is rumoured to be dating tennis player Leander Paes. Although they are yet to make it official, their social media PDAs, dinner dates and outings speak volumes about their rumoured love affair.

Before Leander, Kim was in a relationship with Harshvardhan Rane. They were one of the good-looking couples we had in Bollywood. However, they too parted ways for reasons best known to them.

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