IPL 2018: Malti Chahar Reveals Her Fan Moment in the Ongoing T20 League

Published - 03 May 2018, 09:37 PM

Malti Chahar, MS Dhoni
Malti Chahar reveals her favourite moment from this IPL. Credit: Instagram

Malti Chahar, the mystery woman, who has grabbed the attention of cricket lovers across the country has recently revealed her fangirl moment during the ongoing Indian Premier League (IPL).

Chahar, who was FBB Femina Miss India 2014 finalist remains present during Chennai Super Kings (CSK) matches.

Meanwhile, her reactions have created mayhem on social media as she cheers for the yellow brigade.

However, she took to social media to reveal her identity herself. Malti took to micro photo-blogging site Instagram – to reveal that she is the sister of Deepak Chahar, and also shared some video clips of her with the Chennai pacer.

Moreover, She is also a profound fan of Mahendra Singh Dhoni who seems to be on a roll this season.

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In an exclusive interview, Malti talked about his newfound fame and her expressions. She also revealed that people are now calling her sister because of her true identity.

People were praising my expressions and thanking me for supporting Chennai Super Kings many people call me sister because I am Deepak Chahar ‘s sister and some messages are like- Malti sister you are so cute, I love you,” Malti said.

Talking about her favourite moment in this IPL, Malti revealed that meeting Dhoni was an absolute fangirl moment.

Malti Chahar also added that Dhoni is calm and composed and carries a certain aura on and off the field.

Meanwhile, Deepak is currently nursing an injury after making his early mark in the league. The right-arm pacer impressed with his accuracy and brisk pace.

Deepak Chahar
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So far, he has claimed six wickets from the seven games he has played.

However, he will look to recover quickly and take his spot back in the playing XI.

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