West Indies Cricket News
Bravo to dedicate a song to Dhoni
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West Indies and Chennai Super Kings (CSK) all-rounder Dwayne Bravo announced that he is going to release a song dedicating former India and CSK skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni for his 39th birthday coming on July 7.
The Trinidadian globe-trotting cricketer meanwhile released a teaser of the song and made its announcement on his official Instagram handle.
“Just to keep my fans updated on @mahi7781 song!! #7 as you’ll be requested the plan is to release this song on his birthday!!” Bravo quoted saying in his Instagram post.
The 36-year-old right-hander also said that he is going to introduce a new dance move for the song called ‘the helicopter.’
“We have also a new dance!! It’s called the Helicopter. Pls tag me your version of the helicopter dance and I will pick out the best dance and make it the official Dance for MS,” Bravo added to his post.
Both Bravo and Dhoni have been sharing the dressing room at CSK for a number of years. The Trinidadian in the past has few songs released, where his song ‘Champion’ is the most famous among the people which became an anthem of West Indies during the 2016 Twenty20 World Cup triumph.
Bravo spoke highly about Dhoni in a Cricbuzz interview session, where he said further that he had a big impact on many players’ careers and now from out of respect he wants to do something for Dhoni as the former Indian skipper is at the twilight of his career.
“I want to do something for him. He is coming to the end of his career. He had a great career. He had a great impact on my personal career and also so many other cricketers,” Bravo said.
“You listen to interviews from other cricketers like Rohit Sharma, Hardik (Pandya) and even Virat (Kohli), they all praise him where their careers are concerned. He gave so many cricketers opportunities. He also won titles for the country,” Bravo added.
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