Suresh Raina was part of the commentary team for the Tamil Nadu Premier League match. The Chennai Super Kings batsman said that he embraces the culture in Chennai as he is also a “Brahmin.” Fans on social media have bashed him.
- Suresh Raina was part of the commentary crew for the first game of the Tamil Nadu Premier League’s fifth season (TNPL)
- Raina, who is also a “Brahmin,” said he appreciates the culture of Chennai.
- The remark drew a lot of attention, and Raina received a lot of backlash from fans.
- Raina and his teammate Ms. Dhoni confirmed their international retirement in August 2020.
- After 7988 runs for India, the veteran cricketer called it a day.
Suresh Raina was part of the commentary crew for the first game of the Tamil Nadu Premier League’s fifth season (TNPL). Raina, who plays for the Chennai Super Kings, has also stated that he respects the culture of Chennai because he is a “Brahmin.” Suresh Raina was chastised on social media for a remark he made during the commentary.
On Monday, the TNPL kicked off with a match between Lyca Kovai Kings and Salem Spartans. During the game, a pundit inquired about Suresh Raina’s acceptance of south Indian culture. Raina is a member of the Chennai Super Kings of the Indian Premier League (IPL). A former Indian cricketer was also observed dancing and whistling while wearing a veshti.
Raina responded to the inquiry by saying, “I believe I am a Brahmin as well. I’ve been playing in Chennai since 2004, and I adore the culture… My guys are fantastic. I’ve worked with Anirudha Srikanth, Subramaniam Badrinath, Bala Bhai (L Balaji), and others.
I believe you should take something valuable away from experience. We have a good administration and the authority to examine our options. I adore the culture there, and I consider myself fortunate to be a part of CSK. Hopefully, we’ll be able to play more games there.”
The remark drew a lot of attention, and Suresh Raina received a lot of backlash from fans.
The second phase of IPL 2021 will be Suresh Raina’s next opportunity to shine.
Meanwhile, Suresh Raina has stated that he will retire from international cricket in August 2020 and his teammate, Ms. Dhoni. After 7988 runs for India, the veteran cricketer called it a day. The 34-year-old, on the other hand, still has plenty of cricket left in him. Raina is a crucial member of the Indian Premier League’s Chennai Super Kings.
Raina will also play for CSK in the second half of the IPL. The second half of the IPL will begin on September 19 in the United Arab Emirates.