MS Dhoni’s Epic Response To Yogi Babu’s CSK Request Steals The Show
By CricShots - Jul 11, 2023 3:50 pm
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Former India skipper MS Dhoni and his wife Sakshi attended the audio and trailer launch of their production’s debut film, “Let’s Get Married” (LGM), in Chennai. Dhoni, known for his exceptional cricketing career and his association with the Chennai Super Kings (CSK), is now venturing into showbiz. During the trailer launch event, popular actor Yogi Babu, who plays a character in LGM, jokingly asked Dhoni to hire him as a player in CSK. Dhoni responded with a witty reply.

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MS Dhoni with his wife Sakshi during the LGM launch

“Rayudu [Ambati] is retired. So, we do have a place for you in CSK. I’ll speak to the management. But, you are so busy in films. I’ll tell you, you have to play consistently. They bowl very fast and they bowl to injure you only,” MS Dhoni playfully replied.

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The trailer launch took place at the Leela Palace Hotel in Chennai, marking the debut of Dhoni’s production company, Dhoni Entertainment Pvt Ltd. On their arrival in Chennai, Dhoni and Sakshi received a warm welcome from fans, who chanted Dhoni’s name and showered them with flowers.


During the visit, a fan asked MS Dhoni about his injured knee, for which he had undergone surgery. Although Dhoni didn’t hear the question clearly, he waved at the fan before leaving.

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The launch of LGM marks Dhoni’s new venture into the film industry, showcasing his interest in exploring different avenues beyond cricket. As a beloved figure in Chennai, his presence at the event created excitement among fans and further enhanced his connection with the city and its cricket-loving community.

As Dhoni embarks on this new chapter in his life, fans eagerly await the release of LGM and look forward to seeing his involvement in the entertainment industry grow alongside his legendary cricketing career.