IPL 2020 New Promo: MS Dhoni Shuts His Co-Passengers With An Epic Reply – Watch To Know What Happened

A new promo featuring MS Dhoni has taken social media by storm and we must say you just can’t afford to miss it

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IPL 2020 New Promo: MS Dhoni Shuts His Co-Passengers With An Epic Reply – Watch To Know What Happened
Indian Premier League (IPL 2020) recently released a promotional video that included all the funny memes and gigs which were created on Indian Players during the 2019 ICC World Cup. Now once again, IPL just dropped a funny yet power-packed promo of Indian skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni on their Twitter handle. The new promo displays the comeback of Maahi in style. It’s surely a treat to all the fans of Chennai Super Kings and we are sure they are eagerly waiting for this IPL season to kick-start. IPL will commence from March 29, 2020.

The promo shows a couple sharing a good laugh over MS Dhoni’s meme on their cell phone on a flight. But later when he notices that MS Dhoni is sitting next to their seat he apologises for his statement saying “Arey Mein Nahi Maahi” “Who Aap the nahi naa toh logon ko laga,” Replying to it Dhoni replies “Bohot Shor Hai Na” and takes a headphone. But to everyone's attention, the crew makes a announcement saying, “Seat Belt baandh lijiye sir, Plane aur helicopter dono take-off karenge.” Like we all know, Dhoni is known for his helicopter shots.

Well, fans are eagerly waiting for Maahi to give his best in this season. Aren’t you?

Meanwhile, even before the cricket matches start, a PIL has been filed in Madras High Court as a few matches are also scheduled to take place in Bengaluru. Reportedly, Maharashtra Government may postpone IPL dates due to the outbreak of coronavirus and is also demanding cancellation of IPL. (ALSO READ: IPL 2020: Team Owners Pen A Letter To BCCI Opposing Last Minute Play-Off Pay Cuts)

Images Source: twitter/IPL
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