Chennai Super Kings (CSK) captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni has made it clear that he will be wearing his favorite yellow jersey for at least one more season and the ‘Whistle Podu’ (CSK fans) army is sure to bring them to their beloved Chepauk ground. In ‘Farewell Match’ you will be able to watch it playing. The discussion about Dhoni’s retirement has been going on for some time, but he has given clear indications for the first time on Tuesday that he will be seen playing in the upcoming season as there will be a big change in the team in the next IPL auction.
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Talking to the fans on the occasion of 75th year celebration of ‘India Cements’, Dhoni said, ‘As far as retirement is concerned, you can come and see me play for CSK and this could be my last match. Is. You will get an opportunity to bid me farewell now. Hopefully we will play in Chennai and can meet the fans there. If sources are to be believed, CSK will retain three players – captain Dhoni, all-rounder Ravindra Jadeja and opener Rituraj Gaikwad – for the next auction.
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Let us tell you that Dhoni has not played an IPL match in Chennai after 2019. Dhoni said that he is not planning to move to Bollywood after retirement. Responding to a fan’s query, he said, ‘You know Bollywood is really not easy. As far as commercials are concerned, I am happy to do them. When it comes to films, I think it is a very tough profession and very difficult to do.