Dhoni pairs up with this comedian for a comedy show promo


Former India captain MS Dhoni is seen with comedian Sunil Grover recently. Image Source: Twitter

XtraTime Web Desk: Former India captain MS Dhoni will appear in a comedy show promo with noted comedian Sunil Grover soon. Dhoni, who is busy these days preparing for his IPL team Chennai Super Kings in Chennai recently shot in front on the camera along with Grover.

The web show will be the first digital comedy show with elements of cricket. In the promo Dhoni will be seen wearing a Chennai Super Kings jersey.

According to a report in Spotboye.com, cricketer Kapil Dev and Virender Sehwag will also join Shilpa and Sunil in their upcoming digital venture. The show will be produced by Lil Frodo Productions, which is owned by Preeti and Neeti Simoes, who’ve earlier been a part of The Kapil Sharma Show and Comedy Nights with Kapil.

Dhoni will be leading a strong Chennai Super Kings outfit if the eleventh edition of Indian Premier League (IPL). The yellow army will be locking horns with reigning champions Mumbai Indians in the first match of IPL on April 7 at Wankhede stadium.

It is expected to be a humdinger as the two teams will be clashing after 2 years.



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