4. Yuzvendra Chahal
Everytime, the IPL comes to an end, you could hear voices raising from all the quarters demanding the inclusion of this attacking 24 year old leggie in the national ranks in limited overs format. The national chess player once, Chahal has taken 35 wickets in 30 matches in IPL at a decent economy of 7.95. He ended up this edition of the IPL as one of the highest wicket-takers. He represents Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) and is their most trusted weapon over the last few years. Overall, in 60 T-20 matches he has picked up 56 wickets at a miser economy of 7. He can be one of the spinners of the Men in Blue in the 2016 T-20 World Cup squad which will be held in India.