Chris Gayle, Rohit Sharma and Shikhar Dhawan grooved at the CEAT cricket awards night function. The awards night saw the biggest names from the cricketing fraternity turn up and it seemed all the cricketers had a whale of a time. Some danced like there was no tomorrow. The three cricketers we are focusing on are arguably some of the biggest names. Virat Kohli, the Indian captain also graced the occasion, he bagged the CEAT International Cricketer of the year. That probably was the biggest honour on the night. Other cricketers like Rashid Khan, Shubman Gill also picked up awards. And as expected Universe Boss Christopher Henry Gayle bagged the Popular Choice Award. Dhawan also picked up the International batsman of the Year Award. Trent Boult, the high-flying Kiwi lapped up the International Bowler of the year award. Also Read - India vs England 4th Test: 'We Play to Win But Not to Play For Five Days' - Virat Kohli on Ahmedabad Pitch

It was a night to remember for the cricketers, it was also a night to remember for the women cricketers as well. Harmanpreet Kaur was presented with the Outstanding innings of the year award. She received the coveted award for her breathtaking knock of 171 against a formidable Australian team in the semi finals of the Women’s World Cup. Also Read - Inside Yuvraj Singh-Hazel Keech’s Rs 64 Crore Sprawling Apartment in Mumbai- See PICS

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Following are the complete list of awards and the winners.

International Cricketer of the Year: Virat Kohli

International Batsman of the Year: Shikhar Dhawan

International Bowler of the Year: Trent Boult

T20 Batsman of the Year: Colin Munro

T20 Bowler of the Year: Rashid Khan

Outstanding Innings of the Year: Harmanpreet Kaur

Domestic Player of The Year: Mayank Agarwal

Popular Choice Award: Chris Gayle

U-19 Player of The Year: Shubhman Gill

Lifetime Achievement Award: Farokh Engineer.

It was also extremely heart-warming to see Chris Gayle in his Punjabi avatar, with a turban on his head. It seems he is still suffering from the Punjabi hangover.