MS Dhoni, the charismatic chief of Indian Cricket Team and CSK, will flip 39 on July 7 and the followers on social media are already making elaborate preparations to make the day a particular one. Bravo’s music titled ‘Number 7’ has given another excuse for Dhoni followers to rejoice.
Bravo’s ‘Champion’ music topped the charts and it went on changing into the anthem of the T20 World Cup. CSK’s official deal with had earlier introduced that DJ Bravo is ready to launch a brand new music and shared the video during which the Caribbean all-rounder might be seen rapping just a few strains.
“Are you ready for July 7th!! @mahi7781 birthday we going to be celebrating his birthday in style with this special track from the Champion team!! @djanamusic @ultrasimmo @collegeboyjesse @arielle.alexa @dexterrthomas guys don’t forget to tag us an let us see your helicopter dance!!” Bravo captioned.
The Caribbean all-rounder whereas sharing the lyrics of the much-awaited music, was heard singing: “MS Dhoni, number 7, MS Dhoni, number 7. 2007 T20 Champion, 2011 became the world champion, first captain to win every trophy for his nation, now everybody do the helicopter celebration.”
Earlier, whereas speaking to CSK’s web site, Bravo stated the Chennai-franchise makes each participant really feel like being part of an “extended family”.
“It’s a very unique team, a special team. From the first day that I joined the team, I could sense the family atmosphere. Every player who joins the team feels the same way – that it’s not just a team but being welcomed by extended family,” Bravo advised CSK’s web site.
“Over the years, when you look at cricketers who joined CSK, they only got better…it’s a very special franchise,” he stated. He stated that CSK brings the very best out of him and the skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni is essentially answerable for that.
CSK and Dhoni followers have been eagerly ready for the Ranchi wicketkeeper-batsman’s return on the cricket pitch with IPL 2020 however the cash-rich league getting postponed indefinitely as a result of COVID-19 pandemic was a serious setback to them. Dhoni hasn’t been seen on the cricket pitch since Team India’s exit from the Cricket World Cup in England.
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