'Aaj ka hi din mila kya Dhoni ko?' - Fans divided as MS Dhoni set to launch 'LGM' trailer

Former India skipper MS Dhoni will be present during the launch of his production house, Dhoni Entertainment's debut film, Let's Get Married.

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'Aaj ka hi din mila kya Dhoni ko?' - Fans divided as MS Dhoni set to launch 'LGM' trailer

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Former India skipper MS Dhoni's production house, Dhoni Entertainment is launching the trailer of its debut film, 'Let's Get Married'. The film features the likes of Harish Kalyan, Ivana, Nadhiya, Yogi Babu, and Mirchi Vijay. The film is believed to be light-hearted as the story revolves around a quirky take on marriage. Ramesh Tamilmani will be directing LGM, with Sakshi, Dhoni's wife helping in conceptualizing the project.

The trailer of the film will be launched on July 10. Earlier this month, the fans in Chennai gave him a warm welcome as he arrived in the city. On the other hand, Dhoni’s better half had spoken about the LGM and said, “We look forward to being here and doing more such meaningful stories. We are excited to start this fascinating journey today. I assure you that this fun-filled film will be one that the entire family can enjoy.”

MS Dhoni played his last game for India on July 10, 2019

Notably, the wicketkeeper batter played his last game for India exactly four years back. It was the 2019 ODI World Cup semifinal against New Zealand. The game was originally meant to be concluded on July 9. However, the rain delay at the end of the Kiwi innings forced the officials to postpone the rest of the game to July 10.

The Blackcaps batted first and completed their rest of the innings on July 10. They amassed 239 runs at the end of the innings. In reply, India lost three wickets for five runs. The likes of Hardik Pandya and Rishabh Pant scored 30s each but failed to get a big score. Things got worse as they lost six wickets for 92 runs. At this point, the loss was likely.

However, the likes of Dhoni and Ravindra Jadeja took the game deep and kept the team in the game. However, after they got out, the team lost the game, crashing out of the final race. This was Dhoni's last game for India. A year later, he officially announced his retirement, followed by Suresh Raina too.

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