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MS Dhoni birthday: Dwayne Bravo releases 'Helicopter 7' song in homage to the CSK captain (watch video)

India's legendary wicket keeper batsman MS Dhoni is celebrating his 2021st birthday on Tuesday (39th July 7th) and wishes are pouring out for him from all over the world. The all-rounder of the West Indies and Chennai Tremendous Kings (CSK), Dwayne Bravo, also showed his love for the former Indian captain at the event by releasing his new track "Helicopter 7". Many followers from around the world were excited for the upcoming track when Bravo posted a series of teasers of the track on its Instagram website. The monitor is already getting a nice response from the followers, as Bravo brilliantly portrayed Dhoni's path to success.MS Dhoni Birthday Special Feature: Big Sixes from Former Indian Captain Who Will Leave You Jaw-Dropped.

From talking about his days as a card collector to thanking Sourav Ganguly for selling in lot three, the track has moments that can effectively give you goosebumps. In truth, the video also shows the Caribbean star mimicking Dhoni's famous helicopter gunshot that caused nightmares to many respected bowling casts.MS Dhoni Birthday Feature: Cases where the former Indian captain and daughter Ziva dazzled social media.

“So the wait is over !! You truly are an excellent inspiration to many people around the world as we prepare to have fun on your birthday on behalf of my staff, my followers, and your followers. We want you to have God's blessings when the helicopter is off, ”Bravo wrote while sharing the video. Meanwhile, when the talisman cricketer turns a year older, let's take a look at DJ Bravo's homage to him.

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The video has already exceeded 1 lakh views and the amount will definitely improve over time. Bravo, who joined CSK in 2011, played a lot of cricket with the Ranchi born cricketer. In truth, Bravo, like many other cricket stars, credits MS Dhoni for getting the best out of him. Well, supporters would potentially see the two stars join the armed forces again if BCCI manages to run the 2021 version of the Indian Premier League (IPL) later this year.

(The above story first appeared on July 7th, 2021 at 8:36 AM IST. For more information and updates on politics, the world, sports, leisure, and lifestyle, please visit our website latestly.com online.)