Dhoni is one of the most successful captains in the history of the Indian Premier League (IPL).
Rajasthan won the inaugural edition of the Indian Premier League and have been represented by celebrated players like Rahul Dravid, Shane Warne, Shane Watson, Yusuf Pathan, Ajinkya Rahane, and others.
As soon as clearance is obtained from the Indian Government regarding moving IPL overseas for the current edition, the preparations are expected to get underway as quickly as possible.
In the 12-year history of the cash-rich league, this will be the third occasion when it will be held outside the boundaries of India.
Akram also pointed out that appointing former cricketers as coaches has also helped India unearth and nourish talent in the IPL.
While the fans would be excited to see their favourite players in action, this edition might well turn out to be the last for some legends who have graced the tournament with such aplomb.
In the seven seasons where Kohli has led the side, they have qualified for the playoffs twice and have managed to reach the finals once.
Indian stars, after being away from the sport for almost five months now, will start training to get back into their rhythm before flying to the UAE to unravel the action.
Mysore also named Andre Russell as the Michael Jordan of T20 cricket for his astonishing performance with the bat and ball.
The Kolkata-based team is the 3rd most successful team in the IPL and they have never lost an IPL final.