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MS Dhoni to produce mythological sci-fi web-series

MS Dhoni. (TOI Photo)MUMBAI: Former India cricket captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni, who forayed in the entertainment industry with a documentary as producer last year, will next be backing a mythological sci-fi web-series. Dhoni Entertainment, the media company founded by the two-time World Cup-winning captain who announced his retirement from international cricket in August, produced their…

No one can and no one should try to play like MS Dhoni: Sanju Samson

MS Dhoni. (BCCI/IPL/ANI Photo)DUBAI: “No one can” and “no one should try” to play like Mahendra Singh Dhoni, wicketkeeper-batsman Sanju Samson said on Tuesday, rejecting comparisons with the cricket great after taking the IPL by storm with his incredible hitting prowess. Samson cleared the boundaries at will to power his franchise Rajasthan Royals to two…

100 wins as CSK skipper: Dhoni stages victorious return

ABU DHABI: Chennai Super Kings’ (CSK) icon MS Dhoni announced his return to cricket by recording 100 wins as captain of his franchise on Saturday. CSK defeated Mumbai Indians by five wickets on Saturday in the opening match of the 2020 Indian Premier League (IPL). MI vs CSK: FULL SCORECARDThe win made Dhoni the first…

Watch: Reel before real -squad matches

NEW DELHI: After over two weeks of rigorous training, players of different IPL franchises are now looking set to return to on-field action. With the starting date of the first match of the IPL drawing closer, franchises after their net sessions are also looking to compete in practice matches to get a feel of match…

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