Bhaichung is not new to entertainment business having participated and won a reality show Jhalak Dikhla Ja broadcast by a national entertainment channel in 2009.
Asked if the theme song would be in English or Hindi, the CEO said: “On this, Shankar will take a call.”
The company believes the multi-starred club consisting of the likes of Bhaichung Bhutia, Reneddy Singh and three national players cannot hide behind any excuse if it fails to break into the I-League top division this time.
“Our team got a short time to prepare for the second division I-League earlier this year. Some players joined us at the last moment. But we did very well. We also understood our weakness and this time, we have tried to address all shortcomings. We are giving everything we can and we have the time to form a great team. There should be no excuses if we fail this time,” said Krishnan.
The executive chairman asserted that no efforts would be spared to transform United Sikkim into one of the best clubs in Asia and the team’s ambitions would not be restricted to just I-League.
“We are better than most of the I-League clubs as we run it like an organisation. We want to make United Sikkim one of the best clubs in Asia. Our focus is on Asia, not just I-League,” said Krishnan.