2008 lo IPL Teams ki ippudu unna teams chala theda undi. Teams, players owners andaru maruthu occharu. Konni teams marina franchise and owners alane unnaru. Kani konni teams ki matram franchise and owners tho maripoyaru.
Ila ippudu present unna IPL team owners and mundu unna owners evaro once chuseddama…..
1. Sunrisers – Then Deccan Chronicle & Now Sun Network Limited
Deccan Chargers name tho start aina ee franchise in Hyderabad based ‘Deccan Chronicle’ print media vallu own buy chesaru. Later on frequent losses, downfall of deccan chronicle and fixing issues valla ee franchise Sun Network take over chesindi.
Kalanithi Maran & Kaviya Maran of Sun Network, ee franchise ni 2016 nundi successful ga run chestunnaru. Villu franchise takeover chesaku team manchiga aindi and first season lone cup kottindi.
2. Delhi Capitals – Then GMR Group & Now GMR & JSW Group
Delhi Daredevils name tho first GMR group (land and real estate pioneer in India) 2008 lo ee team ki owner. But aa taruvatha Parth Jindal, Sajjan Jindal of JSW Group ki 50% stakes ni Rs 550 crores ki JSW group ki icchi team owners ni chesaru.
Cut chesthe JSW group occhake Delhi Daredevils name Delhi capital ga change aindi, team kuda manchi performances isthu vastundi.
3. Rajasthan Royals – Then Raj Kundra & Shilpa Shetty & Now Manoj Badale, Lachlan Murdoch, Aditya S Chellaram & Suresh Chellaram
2008 lo 2008 lo Raj Kundra of Rajasthan Business Tycoon with his wife Shilpa Shetty ee name ni purchase chesaru. First season lone cup kottina Rr team aa taruvatha fixing scandals valla 3 years ban aindi.
Later on the team was owned by Manoj Badale, a venture capitalist along with 3 other business partners.
4. Chennai Super Kings – Then & Now N. Srnivasan of Indian Cements
N. Srnivasan, former ICc Chairman and CEO of Indian Cements Ltd, owned the CSK team from 2008 to till date. The Chennai franchise was sold to the India Cements for $91 million, making it the fourth most expensive team in the league behind Mumbai, Bangalore and Hyderabad.
But CSK franchise was suspended for 2 years along with Rajasthan Royals for involving in match scandal, fixing issues.
5. Mumbai Indians – Then & Now Mukesh Ambani of Reliance Industries
Mumbai Indians have been owned by India’s Business Tycoon, Asia Richest Man Mukesh Ambani and his Nita Ambani since 2008. The Mumbai franchise was sold to the Reliance Industries Ltd (RIL) for $111.9 million, making it the most expensive team to be sold in the league.
And this team has a most successful track record in IPL history with 5 IPL trophies.
6. Kolkata Knight RIders – Then & Now Shahrukh Khan, Jay Mehta & Juhi Chawla
Bollywood industry king-pin, Baadshah Shahrukh Khan has owned KKr along with his best friend Juhi Chawala & her husband Jay Mehtha of Mehta Group since 2008.
7. Punjab Kings (KXIP) – Then & Now Preity Zinta & Ness Wadia
In 2008, KXIP TEam franchise was sold to Dabur group’s Mohit Burman (46%), the Wadia group’s Ness Wadia (23%), Preity Zinta (23%), and Saptarshi Dey of the Dey & Dey Group (minor stake). The group paid a total of $76 million to acquire the franchise.
Recently they changed it’s team and logo from KXIP to Punjab Kings, following some sentiments of team performance.
8. Royal Challengers Bangalore – Then Vijay Mallya & Now Anand Kripalu of United Spirits
Vijay Mallya the kingfisher owner bought RCB – Bangalore franchise for a whopping $111.6 Million, which was the second highest bid for a team, next only to Reliance Industries’ bid of US$111.9 million for the Mumbai Indians.
After Mallya’s involvement in crores of bank frauds with SBI and other Indian Banks he left his ownership to Anand Kripalu of United Spirits.