After a victorious match the Veer Marathi Team who won against Bengal Tigers and Telugu Warriors who won against Mumbai Heroes partied the whole in Hyderabad. Salman Khan, Riteish Deshmukh, Bobby Deol and Genelia D’Souza joined in the revelry through out the night.
But it was the MumbaI Heroes who were in true spirit of the game even after they lost. Sohail Khan opened a bottle of champagne and asked Veer Marathi owner Riteish Deshmukh to join him in the celebration. Riteish Deshmukh who was hurt during the match did not let his pain hamper the celebrations. Everyone danced away all night on hit Marathi numbers and Hindi songs. Salman though in good spirits kept a low profile and encouraged everyone to dance on the ramp. The party went on till the wee hours of the morning. Salman said “This is the only time we come together and meet each other and its great fun.”
The entire CCL matches went off very well, however an incident after the matches made Salman lose his cool when he was returning from the stadium to hotel. “It so happened that when Salman left with his entourage from the party around 20 to 30 bikers who were riding triple seat created nuisance by following him all the way to his hotel. They tapped the glass of his car and harassed him during the entire journey but Salman chose to ignore them hoping they would leave. But the bikers not only harassed Salman and his entourage but in the bargain they also injured two CCL members and a policeman. The incident upset Salman terribly and he lost his cool when he saw the injured members and the policeman.
Salman was not expected at the party but Salman was happy for the victory of the two teams and he did not let the incident dampen their spirits. He decided to be present at the party to cheer them up.
The entire team of Veer Marathi along with Salman Khan and Suneil Shetty of Mumbai Heroes travelled together to Mumbai in the same plane. In fact Riteish Deshmukh and wife Genelia D’Souza joined all the other members and decided to travel economy class with them keeping in the spirit of the victory.