Mahendra Singh Dhoni, the favorite captain of the Indian cricket team, has a deep passion for South Indian films. The former cricket skipper introduced Dhoni Entertainment to the region on the occasion of Diwali.
Due to the length of time, Dhoni spent with the Chennai Super Kings, he became deeply enamored with South Indian films. He is ready with his film production firm, Dhoni Entertainment, in the South to start making Tamil movies as well as movies in other Southern Indian languages, such as Telugu and Malayalam.
Dhoni and his wife Sakshi share ownership of Dhoni Entertainment, which has so far produced three impactful but low-budget movies. The IPL team Chennai Super Kings made their comeback in the movie Roar of the Lion after serving a two-year suspension. The Hidden Hindu is a movie that is based on the mythological thriller written by author Akshat Gupta, and Blaze to Glory is a documentary that details the historic World Cup victory in 2011.
The firm is prepared to take on South cinema after three years, starting with Tamil films. LetsCinema made this announcement, and they confirmed it on Twitter. Fans of cricket and movies are quite pleased about it, especially when they get to watch their favorite cricketer make a movie.