IPL: Chennai Super Kings hint a possible documentary in the future
The franchise won their third title under Dhoni and are the current defending champions.
Updated - Mar 4, 2019 10:36 am
Mumbai Indians became the first IPL team to release a documentary based on their journey in the 2018 edition. The series not only described the on-field events but also provided inside access into the Mumbai Indians dressing room and much more. Overall, it is an enthusiastic trip down memory lane for the viewers.
The Mumbai based franchise has won 5 major titles which include three IPLs and 2 CLT20 trophies. The only franchise that is equivalent to them is the Chennai Super Kings who have also won the same number of titles. Hence, when the ‘Cricket Fever – Mumbai Indians’ released on Netflix, the Chennai fans aspired to watch a documentary based on their franchise as well.
Chennai Super Kings hint a possible documentary in the future
After various trends and requests, the official handle of the Chennai Super Kings had a response for all its fans. It was open to interpretation as there was a Rajinikanth gif. The clip that was taken oversees Rajini stating a famous dialogue, “No one will ever know when I’ll come but I’ll come at the right time”
For all the cricket fever-hit Super Fans enquiring about the Chennai Super Kings documentary… 🦁💛 pic.twitter.com/kw7K6DWFMV
— Chennai Super Kings (@ChennaiIPL) March 3, 2019
This gave rise to speculations if the documentary was already on the table. CSK which is led by fan-favourite MS Dhoni made a terrific comeback in the previous edition after a gap of two years. The franchise won their third title under Captain Cool and are the current defending champions. No wonder their fans were quite excited with the prospect of a documentary.
The 12th season of the IPL is all set to commence from the 23rd of March. Chennai Super Kings (CSK) will be kickstarting their campaign against the Virat Kohli–led Royal Challengers Bangalore (CSK). The Indian Premier League will also be important from the Indian cricket perspective as the World Cup will take place in June-July.