Rajasthan Royals co-owner Shilpa Shetty and captain Shane Warne during the launch of Rajasthan Royals jersey in Jaipur on April 05.Indian Premier League (IPL) team Rajasthan Royals has objected to Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot’s reservations against the cheerleaders’ dress ahead of the start of the fourth season of the popular domestic league in the Twenty-20 format. Gehlot had passed an order asking the teams to ensure cheerleaders were dressed in full-sleeved costumes while performing in Jaipur during the IPL matches. However, the government order has left the home team aggrieved as they have invited international cheerleaders for this year’s tournament. Taking potshots at the Rajasthan chief minister’s instruction, Rajasthan Royals co-owner Shilpa Shetty said, “Cheerleaders would wear ghagra this season. On a serious note, it is never our intention to make our cheerleaders look vulgar. They are here only for the purpose of entertainment.” “We have international cheerleaders participating this year and they will wear what they usually wear. There is a thin line between sensuousness and vulgarity, so we will not cross it,” the actress added.