The Indian Premier League (IPL) is one of the most popular cricket tournaments in the world and fans are very excited now, as IPL 2020 will start soon. However, the full tournament schedule has not yet been published and the announcement about the All-Star game is also pending. In this All-Star game, the combined North and East region IPL teams (KKR, DC, RR and KXIP) will face the joint team from the south and west regions (CSK, RCB, SH and MI).

All IPL franchises understand the importance of social networks. Their social media managers actively participate in the interaction with their fans and also use to share updates. Recently, 92North Dakota The Academy Awards (Oscar) were held and the social media accounts of some IPL franchises used this as an opportunity to share their own posters inspired by the posters of the films that were nominated at the Oscars.

The Delhi Capitals cartel showed young Indian talent Prithvi Shaw, Captain Shreyas Iyer, Kagiso Rabada, the South African player and former DC player Andre Russell. They titled the poster as Once Upon a Time in … Qila Kotla.

Here are the posters shared by Delhi Capitals:

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Rajasthan Royals won the first IPL but since then, it has been struggling to have some impact. He also released his poster featuring Shane Warne, the patron of the team that won the first IPL, along with Indian cricket player Rahul Dravid. The posters also featured Shane Watson, Yousuf Pathan, Graeme Smith and others. The title of the poster is Once Upon A Time In … Rajasthan.

Check out the posters of Rajasthan Royals:

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Kings XI Punjab was inspired by the future of Indian cricket, as it featured U-19 Indian cricket player Ravi Bishnoi, who is the main wicket holder in the 2020 U19 World Cup with 17 wickets.

See the poster of Kings XI Punjab:

The Punjab franchise has bought the young leg spinner for the price of Rs. 2 crore and fans expect him to play superbly, as he will be under the guidance of one of the best leg spinners in the world, Anil Kumble, who is currently the KXIP coach.

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