He has been the owner of Kolkata Knight Riders since the beginning of IPL. The Caribbean Premier League CPL also includes Shah Rukh Khan’s team, the Trincomalee Knight Riders. King of Bollywood Shah Rukh Khan bought another franchise team beyond the boundaries of IPL and CPL.
King Khan has also bought a team in the Emirates T20 League which is about to start in the United Arab Emirates. It is learned that five teams have already been confirmed in this six-team tournament. Apart from Shah Rukh Khan, the team has bought two more IPL franchises in that tournament.
The two are owned by Mukesh Ambani’s Mumbai Indians and Kiran Kumar Grandhi. It is unknown at this time what he will do after leaving the post.
According to the Emirates Cricket Board, “Dubai is like a second home for Shah Rukh Khan. There he is a brand. So they will buy the team in the tournament there, they were sure about that beforehand. ‘
Capri Global and Big Bash franchise Sydney Sixers have also bought the team. English Premier League football club Manchester United has expressed interest in buying the sixth team. The club also showed interest in buying a team in the IPL. But due to delay in auction, two new franchises were sold in IPL but they did not get it.
Former IPL chief operating officer Sundar Raman’s brainchild is the Emirates T20 tournament, which is expected to be held in January. The Emirates Cricket Board is in charge of organizing.
Sundar Raman, the former chief operating officer of the IPL, is rumored to be competing in January. The Emirates Cricket Board is in charge of organizing. They first applied to Kolkata and Mumbai as well as to Mahendra Singh Dhoni’s Chennai franchise. At first he agreed but later Chennai came back. Meanwhile, Kiran Kumar Grandhi is buying the team on his own because Perth Jindal, another partner in the Delhi franchise, did not buy the team there..
They first applied to Kolkata and Mumbai as well as to Mahendra Singh Dhoni’s Chennai franchise. At first he agreed but later Chennai came back. Meanwhile, Kiran Kumar Grandhi is buying the team by himself. Because Perth Jindal, another partner in the Delhi franchise, did not buy the team there.