Chennai Super Kings Net Bowler, Salman Khan: Salman Khan, 22, offers a digital tour of his
List A hotel to his family, who used to live in a small tent at Mumbai’s Cross Maidan, where his father works as a groundsman. Generally, on cricketing afternoons, the tent works as a dressing room for cricket squads. Short of his father Idris, no one of his family members knew where Maldives is and why it is famous. But as a squad member of Chennai Super Kings (CSK) as a net bowler for the ongoing league, Salman Khan has been living the high life, even if on a temporary basis.
He states that his talks back home are unusual these days. His father not only questions him in regard to what occured at the nets, though he also questions in regard to the hotel he is residing in. Whether he received the chance to meet Mahendra Singh Dhoni and what he told him. The stay for Mumbaikars is organized at Nariman Point hotel and Salman hadn’t seen it from inside, until Chennai Super Kings occured. Over the years, his father has rolled pitches and watched numerous boys becoming stars overnight and now the family hopes that Salman can change the chances of the family.
Salman Khan’s Statement
Salman stated on the phone that one day, He received a call from a Chennai Super Kings official questioning him whether he can become a net bowler for this league. After that, He acknowledged his name and was referred to by Tushar Deshpande. Further he said he was excited because He received the opportunity to gain knowledge, otherwise He would be just playing club cricket.
Chennai Super Kings have been the settlers in assisting net bowlers compel the transformation to become IPL players. Two current players of the franchise – Mukesh Choudhary and Prashant Solanki – were net bowlers for them till prior season, before being roped in at this year’s mega auction. Salman hopes the same can occur for him. His father always has one line to end his conversations.
Salman represented Mumbai Indians in the Under-23 tournament. He shared his conversation with his Abu in an interview as he states that he called him and said do good and good will come to you. Make everyone happy through your bowling. Further he shared that he only said that he will try his best.
He has been sending images of him with Dhoni and other players. Salman met with Dhoni and CSK captain Ravindra Jadeja, and he asked both the players about his bowling. However, It took a little time to earn Dhoni’s credence though, Salman states that everyone is equal in the team.
Back at Cross Maidan, Idris aka Salman’s father is happy that his son has got this opportunity. In his four years as a groundsman, he watched Sachin becoming Tendulkar and Zaheer Khan becoming India’s lethal pace bowler.