IPL 2021: MS Dhoni’s monk avatar goes viral, Netizens share funny memes; Check

IPL 2021: MS Dhoni’s monk avatar goes viral, invites hilarious meme fest; Netizens say ‘That’s thala way’
IPL 2021: MS Dhoni’s monk avatar goes viral, invites hilarious meme fest; Netizens say ‘That’s thala way’

IPL 2021: The mystery regarding MS Dhoni’s special appearance of monk finally ended on Sunday as Star Sports released the official promotion of the Indian Premier League. In the video, the ‘cool and calm’ headed CSK skipper can be seen as a spiritual guru. He can be seen telling the students it’s okay to have anger if it helps you succeed, citing Kohli’s example. Similarly, he also spoke ‘greed is also cool’ if it helps you win titles, – Rohit Sharma-led MI’s example.

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The students were keen to know if Mumbai Indians (MI) will score a hat-trick of IPL wins to which Dhoni replied ‘ye to waqt hi batayega (only time will tell).”

The tune ends with an IPL theme. The T20 league will begin on March 9 with Virat Kohli-led RCB locking horns against defending champions MI.

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Earlier on Sunday, Dhoni’s monk look donning sky blue attire went viral on social media. The picture was shared by the official broadcaster of Indian Premier League (IPL 2021) Star Sports. Take a look at some of the viral reactions by Twitterati



The 39-year-old will be next seen in action on April 10 for the Chennai Super Kings (CSK) against Shreyas Iyer-led Delhi Capitals. Dhoni would like to win the trophy for the fourth time for CSK as he is likely to bid adieu to IPL at the end of the upcoming season.

IPL 2021 will be played across six venues with every team playing in 4 venues. There will be 11 double-headers, the matches will kick off at 3.30 pm and 7.30 pm. Ahmedabad will host the playoffs. IPL 2021 final will be held on May 30.

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