Deepika Padukone And Ranveer Singh To Bid For A New IPL Team? Latest Reports Hint So
According to the reports of a leading news portal, the power couple in Bollywood, Deepika Padukone and Ranveer Singh is all set to bid for a new team in the Indian Premier League
Indian Premier League (IPL) is the most loved cricket tournament in the country and even all over the world. The two new IPL teams will be announced on October 25 in Dubai. It will take place a day after the high-profile India-Pakistan T20 World Cup clash. Nearly 15 companies have shown their interest to bid. According to the reports of a leading daily, Bollywood power couple Deepika Padukone and Ranveer Singh could end up owing a team with Cristiano Ronaldo’s Manchester United a dark-horse.
The two-horse race are now going to see multiple companies or consortiums bidding for the two new teams which will be sold by the BCCI. The Adani Group and the RP-Sanjeev Goenka Groups are no longer the favourites to walk away with the new teams. There are some other bidders who are willing to spend money on the world’s most loved T20 cricket league, which is what a top official involved with the bidding process informed a leading daily.
Indian Premier League (IPL) and Bollywood have always had a great connection. It is seen as the popular team, Kolkata Knight Riders continue to be co-owned by Bollywood Badshah Shah Rukh Khan and Juhi Chawla. Another Bollywood actress, Preity Zinta has stakes in Punjab Kings. Besides the Adanis and the RP-Sanjeev Goenka Group, the Glazer family, the owners of English Premier League giants Manchester United, have shown interest in the IPL teams.
Now, talking about Deepika Padukone, we cannot forget that the actress has sport in her genes as her father Prakash Padukone is a former All England badminton champion. Deepika’s husband and actor Ranveer Singh has been involved with the English Premier League. He is currently the brand ambassador of the world’s most popular basketball league, the NBA.
As per the reports of a leading news portal, Manchester United is being backed by a corporate behemoth in India. According to a report of a leading portal, in March this year, Manchester United’s net debt increased to 455 million Great Britain Pounds due to a sudden fall in gate receipts due to COVID-19