VIRAL! Arijit Singh TOUCHES Dhoni’s Feet During IPL 2023 Opening Ceremony! Netizens Go Beserk Over This Touching Moment-WATCH!
IPL 2023 kicked off with a glittering opening ceremony featuring India’s leading playback singer Ariji Singh and actors Tamannah Bhatia and Rashmika Mandanna
Everyone loves MS Dhoni, even Arijit Singh. The singer has proved his love for the cricketer during the latest edition of the Indian Premier League that kickstarted on Friday night and it saw Gujarat Titans beating MS Dhoni’s Chennai Super Kings in style.
The tournament kicked off with a glittering opening ceremony featuring India’s leading playback singer Ariji Singh and actors Tamannah Bhatia and Rashmika Mandanna. Following their exhilarating performances, the captains of both teams - Dhoni and Hardik Pandya - arrived at the stage for a picture with the Indian Premier League trophy. Dhoni arrived first and Arijit had a heartwarming gesture for the former India captain, as the singer touched his feet.
Arijit Singh touched MS Dhoni's feet during IPL 2023 opening ceremony. pic.twitter.com/8DeX3mRb9N— Mufaddal Vohra (@mufaddal_vohra) March 31, 2023
Previously, Gill eclipsed Ruturaj Gaikwad’s high-quality knock with a dazzling half-century as Gujarat Titans began their title defence with a convincing win at the iconic Narendra Modi Stadium.
Gaikwad was class apart in his 92 off 50 balls before Titans pulled things back in the middle overs to limit Chennai Super Kings to 178 for seven while opting to blow first in front of a near-capacity crowd at the world’s largest cricket stadium here.
In the past three months, Gill has played some jaw-dropping strokes in his 63 off 36 balls to set up a fine win for the home team. The Titans got home in 19.2 overs.
During the post-match presentation, Dhoni was heard stated saying, "We all knew there will be dew. We could have done a bit more with the batsman ship. Ruturaj (Gaikwad) was brilliant, he times the ball well and he's a pleasure to watch. The way he picks his options is pleasing to watch. I think it's important for youngsters to step in."
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