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Ruturaj’s wife Utkarsha touched Dhoni’s feet after CSK became champion, took blessings from Thala

Ruturaj Gaikwad, who made Chennai Super Kings champions for the fifth time by making important contributions with the bat, tied the knot with Utkarsha Pawar on Saturday. Utkarsha was very much discussed in the final match of IPL 2023. Meanwhile, a video is going viral on social media, in which Utkarsha is seen touching the feet of MS Dhoni and taking his blessings after CSK became champions.

Utkarsha reached the stadium for the final match played between Gujarat Titans and Chennai Super Kings and was seen cheering the team in CSK jersey. Utkarsha was also seen with Ruturaj and other CSK players after Chennai won the title. At the same time, a video has now surfaced on social media, in which Utkarsha is seen taking blessings by touching Dhoni’s feet after meeting him. Fans are praising Utkarsha fiercely.

Ruturaj Gaikwad’s wife Utkarsha Pawar is a cricketer. She plays for the women’s team of Maharashtra. Along with this, he has also studied nutrition and fitness science. Utkarsha contributes with both bat and ball. Means Ruturaj’s wife is an all-rounder on the cricket field. Ruturaj Gaikwad’s performance in IPL 2023 has been phenomenal with the bat. He played in the 16th season of the Indian Premier League, scoring 590 runs in 16 matches at an incredible strike rate of 147. During this, 4 Fifty also came out of his bat. Even in the final match, Ruturaj had scored 26 runs in 16 balls while making important contribution with the bat. 

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