New look of MS Dhoni for the IPL 2022 promotion, watch the video: Former Indian skipper, Mahendra Singh Dhoni, often catches millions of eyeballs every time he shows up for a publicity shoot. Although he is retired from international cricket, his charm is still intact among his fans.
With such immense popularity, MS Dhoni’s off-pitch actions still have the potential to attract the masses and become a trend. After bidding farewell to international cricket, Dhoni fans only see him in action during the IPL which usually spans two months.
Now, ahead of the Tata IPL 2022, the official IPL broadcaster, Star Sports, has decided to shoot a promo for the tournament with MS Dhoni showing off his acting skills. It’s always a pleasure for fans to see different avatars of MS Dhoni.
This time around, the CSK skipper sports a bold mustache with the khaki shirt and pants. In another promotional video, shared by Star Sports, MS Dhoni can be seen sporting a funky look with huge sunglasses.
If you want to watch the promo, go to StarSports India Instagram Handle.
Interestingly, in the previous edition, Dhoni donned a monk look in one of the promotional videos for IPL 2021.
CSK aim to defend their title in 2022:
Chennai Super Kings (CSK) won IPL 2021 in UAE last year. The franchise overcame its issues that hampered its performance in the thirteenth edition of the cash-rich league.
Defying all odds and giving an appropriate response to critics, MS Dhoni and Co sealed their fourth IPL title, last year.
This year, Chennai Super Kings (CSK) will defend their title against nine other IPL teams.
The Tata IPL 2022 is expected to be held in Maharashtra. All 70 league matches will be played at Wankhede Stadium, DY Patil Stadium, Brabourne Stadium and MCA International Stadium.
Meanwhile, for the playoffs, the top four IPL teams will most likely travel to the Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad.
If reports are to be believed, Mumbai Indians (MI) and Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) will participate in the opening contest of the fifteenth edition of the tournament.