Last year's big fish Unadkat once again was not left behind in this year's auction as his old team Rajasthan Royals bought him back for a hefty amount of INR 8.40 Crores.
Varun Chakravarthy became the shock entree of the IPL auction going for a final selling price of INR 8.4 Crores to Kings XI Punjab after an aggressive bidding war.
Sam Curran troubled India earlier this year in England became the most expensive overseas player in this year's IPL auction with INR 7.2 Crore price.
Delhi Capitals reserved Colin Ingram services with a bid of INR 6.4 Crores and balance their middle order with some overseas flair.
Axar Patel who was not retained by Kings XI Punjab this year, went for 5 Crore in the bidding war between Punjab and Delhi Capitals.
WIth Andre Russell already in their wings, KKR bought Brathwaite for a whopping 5 crores.
Mohit attracted a number of bids and was bought by Chennai Super Kings for INR 5 crores in the cash-rich league.
Another uncapped sensation in IPL auction was 25-year old Shivam Dube who went for a hefty INR 5 Crores.
Md. Shami will play for Kings XI Punjab in IPL 2019 as Ravi Ashwin's team bought him for 4.80 Crores in the bidding against defending IPL champions Chennai Super Kings.
Punjab's wicket-keeper batsman Prabh Simran, all of 18, was taken by Preity Zinta owned Kings XI Punjab for Rs 4.80 crore