Dwayne Bravo, who had picked up a niggle during the recently-concluded Caribbean Premier League (CPL), didn't play in CSK's impressive 5-wicket win over Mumbai Indians.
Pravin Tambe, 48-year-old leg-spinner, became the first Indian and oldest player to feature in the Caribbean Premier League.
Besides Dwayne Bravo no other bowler has even crossed 400-wicket mark, with Lasith Malinga next on the list with 390 wickets.
Dwayne Bravo's song "Champion" had become quite a hit and the West Indian keeps it alive for special occasions.
MS Dhoni turned 39 on Tuesday and Virat Kohli was among those who wished the former Indian captain.
Sharing the video, Dwayne Bravo said he kept his promise which he had made to all the MS Dhoni fans around the world.
MS Dhoni will celebrate his 39th birthday on July 7 and CSK teammate Dwayne Bravo has a song for the occasion.
Dwayne Bravo and Sunil Narine showcased their basketball skills and issued a challenge for their teammates Jason Holder and Kieron Pollard.
During an Instagram chat with Pommie Mbangwa, Dwayne Bravo spoke highly of former India captain MS Dhoni and also said that CSK fans were the most loyal.
The debate around racism in sport has kickstarted once again after former Windies T20 World Cup-winning skipper Darren Sammy alleged racism during his stint with SunRisers Hyderabad in the 2014 IPL.