Chennai Super Kings sold to Varun Manian by N Srinivasan’s India Cements?

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Chennai | January 29, 2015 8:38 PM

Amid reports of him buying Chennai Super Kings owned by N Srinivasan's India Cements, Tamil film producer Varun Manian...

Chennai Super Kings, Varun Manian, Varun Manian Chennai Super Kings, N SrinivasanAfter the Supreme Court order, Chennai Super Kings is making more news, this time involving Varun Manian. (PTI)

Amid reports of him buying Chennai Super Kings owned by N Srinivasan’s India Cements Ltd, realty developer and Tamil film producer Varun Manian has denied purchasing any team.

“Just Engaged. No plans to buy any Team. LEAVE ME ALONE…,” Varun Manian said in a micro blogging site. Last week he got engaged to popular Tamil actress Trisha Krishnan.

Reports emerged that Varun Manian was in the race to purchase the India Cements franchise Chennai Super Kings after Supreme Court maDE it clear that N Srinivasan would be either BCCI President or as the owner of Chennai Super Kings.
Check out the tweet by Varun Manian on Chennai Super Kings report:

The Supreme Court last week barred Srinivasan from contesting any BCCI election on grounds of conflict of interest and set up a judges committee under a former Chief Justice of India to decide on the punishment in the IPL scam that can threaten the future of Chennai Super Kings and Rajasthan Royals. Varun Manian owns Radiance Realty and has also produced Tamil films “Vaayai Moodi Pesavum” and “Kaaviya Thalaivan”.
Check out this tweet on controversy:

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