Narine has been an integral part of the success of KKR for the past decade and the short-film by the franchise depicts the spinner's incredible journey as a cricketer overcoming all odds.
KKR was languishing at the seventh spot after the India leg was suspended in May this year but the Eoin Morgan-led side made a fantastic turnaround in the UAE phase.
Outplayed by very good CSK, Russell missed final as he was still at risk: KKR coach Brendon McCullum
MCullum also stated that explosive batter Andre Russell could not make the XI despite working hard to be match-fit after a hamstring injury.
Fleming said that all the four IPL titles are special to him but the current one holds greater significance as it was bagged by an ageing side, who were written off at the start of the tournament.
CSK's Thakur took KKR opener Venkatesh Iyer's wicket to break the opening partnership which was the turning point of the game.
Openers Du Plessis and Ruturaj Gaikwad gave the three-time champions a solid start which was backed by quick-fire innings by Robin Uthappa and Moeen Ali.
At the time of the toss, KKR skipper Eoin Morgan said: "We are going to have a bowl first. The wicket looks good and there's some dew around."
Watson said that 'Dhoni just knows how to continuously bring an environment together and get the best out of the players'.
The IPL 2021 has been played in two parts this season due to the COVID-19 pandemic and after a long wait, the final is finally here.
KKR had won two games in the IPL 2021 during the first half but the side came back with strong performances in the UAE leg to qualify for the playoffs.
Morgan's Kolkata resumed the tournament seventh out of the eight teams, but went on to win five out of seven games to reach the playoffs.
Coming into the IPL second leg in UAE with just two wins in seven games, KKR won five out of the seven games and has set up a blockbuster final showdown with Chennai Super Kings in Dubai on Oct 15.
CSK has three titles with five final defeats while KKR has won both their finals under the mercurial Gautam Gambhir.
Bowlers nearly pulled it back, unfortunate it didn't go our way: DC captain Pant after losing Qualifier 2
DC captain Rishabh Pant was left stunned by the turn of events after his team managed to take the game to the last over only to fall short in the end.
KKR struggled to finish the game after solid chase led by openers Venkatesh Iyer (55), Shubman Gill (46)