Kalanithi Maran is the owner of Sun Network which is said to be one of the most popular Media companies in our Asia Continent. His daughter name is Kavya Maran. For the record, her father is also the owner of Indian Premier League Team ‘Sunrisers Hyderabad.’
Sunrisers Hyderabad failed to qualify for the IPL 2022 playoffs as they finished sixth on the league stage points table. It remains to be seen how Sunrisers Hyderabad will approach in the ongoing sixteenth edition of the Indian Premier League.
Sunrisers Hyderabad finally opened their account with a win over Punjab Kings in IPL 2023. Earlier, they lost the first two games in a row. Initially, they lost to Rajasthan Royals by 72 runs. After that, they lost to Lucknow Super Giants by five wickets.
However, they ensured to beat Punjab Kings by eight wickets with 17 balls to spare. During the game, a video clip featuring Kavya Maran getting totally irritated after the cameraman kept focusing on her has been doing the rounds on social media portals.
Watch the video below:-
The cameraman was kept focusing on her and at one point, she got irritated and had a message for the camera guy. “Hatt yaar (Go away, man)” to the cameraman. The incident happened in the 19th over of Punjab Kings’ innings when skipper Shikhar Dhawan was batting on 90.
After the game, SRH skipper, Aiden Markram said, “It was special. It was a bit rough for us at the start but we are happy to win today. I believe that our great fan base was a privilege tonight. To get a win in front of them was very pleasing. Identifying how we can get better was quite important. But it was still about believing in ourselves,” he added.
When asked about Markande replacing Rashid, he said, “It’s not a nice move to make but I am super happy for Markande. He bowled really well tonight. He has a lot of heart about him. (On Rahul Tripathi) He is only a couple of balls away from something special and he showed his class tonight. It’s easy with Rahul at the other end. Great franchise to be a part of and it’s our first win of the season, it means a lot.”