Chennai Super Kings (CSK) share female looks of their players, including MS Dhoni and Suresh Raina

Chennai Super Kings (CSK) share female looks of their players, including MS Dhoni and Suresh Raina

While seeing these cricketers in their female avatars is certainly funny, ardent CSK fans are eagerly waiting for the IPL to kick-off.

CSK cricketers
CSK cricketers. (Photo Source: Twitter)

Sharing gender-swapped photos of celebrities has become a rage in the past few days. The trend has gone viral as many fans have been posting morphed female faces of their favourite actors and cricketers. A few cricketers have also joined the list and have shared gender-swapped photos of their teammates.

Yuzvendra Chahal and Harbhajan Singh took Twitter by storm after they dived into the trend. While Chahal shared the female look of his teammate Rohit Sharma, Harbhajan Singh uploaded the female faces of a string of India veterans.

From Sourav Ganguly to Rahul Dravid– Harbhajan Singh didn’t spare anyone as he shared morphed female faces of nine Indian cricketers including himself. Even Yuvraj Singh had shared a similar kind of photo featuring female looks of current Team India players.

Chennai Super Queens deserve all your love: CSK

Many fans, in the curiosity of knowing how a player would look like the opposite gender, have been sharing ‘Gender Swap’ photos on Twitter and Instagram. Following the trend, IPL franchise Chennai Super Kings (CSK) also shared the female versions of their players, featuring stalwarts like MS Dhoni, Faf du Plessis, Deepak Chahar and Shane Watson.

The photo was flooded with likes and comments in no time as CSK fans heaped praise on these female looks of their favourite players. “Chennai Super Queens deserve all your love,” CSK captioned the picture.

While seeing these cricketers in their female avatars is certainly funny, ardent CSK fans are eagerly waiting for the IPL to kick-off. Apart from the commencement of the IPL, lakhs of fans are also waiting for Dhoni’s return to the field. The former India skipper, who has been away from the sport for almost a year now, was going to mark his comeback with IPL 2020. ‘The Yellow Army’ is hoping to see ‘Thala’ and ‘China Thala’ brace the field together in the near future.

Considering the current COVID-19 situation across the globe, the feasibility of the IPL 2020 is still uncertain. However, according to reports, the BCCI is hoping to host the cash-rich league in the latter stage of the year, in September-October window.