Ranveer Singh pumped up after CSK’s win against Gujarat Titans
Ranveer Singh was upbeat after Chennai Super Kings qualified for the finals of IPL 2023.
The Indian Premier League has been seeing many celebrities in attendance across the country. Down South, Sivakarthikeyan, Trisha, Dhanush, Nayanthara, Vignesh Shivan and several other stars were seen attending the matches in Chennai. Varalaxmi Sarathkumar, Bindu Madhavi and Khushbu are some of the other stars who were happy with CSK's win.
The post by Ranveer Singh:
He took to Twitter to share his happiness.
Chennai Super Kings (CSK) scripted history yet again by qualifying for the finals of the Indian Premier League (IPL) for the 10th time.
Mahendra Singh Dhoni's men took on Hardik Pandya's Gujarat Titans and won the game by 15 runs. Ranveer Singh, who caught the match on his TV, was pumped up after CSK's brilliant win. He took to social media to share his excitement with his fans.
On May 23, Chennai Super Kings took on Gujarat Titans in the first qualifier and emerged victorious. Ranveer Singh took to Twitter to pay an ode to MS Dhoni, who is fondly called Thala (leader) by fans. He wrote, "THALA SUPREMACY !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Lion roars at the Chepauk !!!!!!!!!!! #MSDhoni #CSKvsGT @StarSportsIndia #IPLonStar (sic)."
Have a look on the post:
THALA SUPREMACY !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Lion roars at the Chepauk !!!!!!!!!!! 🦁 🏏 #MSDhoni #CSKvsGT @StarSportsIndia #IPLonStar
— Ranveer Singh (@RanveerOfficial) May 23, 2023
Reactions from other celebrities:
Varalaxmi Sarathkumar shared a couple of videos from the Chepauk Stadium and wrote, "Finalllssssss here we comeâ€æ whattteee gameeeeâ€æ #CSK @ChennaiIPL loveeeee youuuuu guyssss..!!!!(sic)."
Actress-politician Khushbu Sundar took to Twitter to share a series of tweets about the match.
Bigg Boss Telugu OTT winner Bindu Madhavi took to her Instagram stories to share photos and videos from the Chepauk Stadium in Chennai.
About the match:
Chennai Super Kings is through to the finals, which will be played in Ahmedabad on May 28.
At Chepauk on Tuesday, Chennai Super Kings offered us an all too familiar trip down memory lane. Sent into bat, CSK notched up a competitive total of 172/7 before strangling the Gujarat Titans batters with spin to clinch a 15-run victory in IPL’s Qualifier 1.
CSK’s effort with the bat was helmed by opener Ruturaj Gaikwad’s 44-ball 60. On a surface that was holding up and lending appreciable turn, Gaikwad rose above the conditions for a defining contribution. In hindsight, GT skipper Hardik Pandya’s decision to bowl worked in CSK’s favour. Dew seemed to be a factor in the decision-making – even MS Dhoni said he would have fielded first – but CSK spinners had no trouble in gripping the ball in the second innings.