They are scheduled to play Delhi Daredevils on May 7 in Nagpur, followed by a match against Mumbai Indians on May 13 in Mumbai and against Rising Pune Supergiants in Pune on May 21.
"We are considering it on human grounds and considering it very seriously. We are considering it internally," Wadia told 'Times Now' on the crisis that has created acute water shortage in the rural areas of drought-hit Maharashtra.
When asked if there have been any advice, Wadia said: "At the end of the day, we are going to listen to ourselves. What we can do as a franchise as we are all Indians. It's not good that people don't have water."
The Bombay High Court gave a go-ahead for the first IPL match between Mumbai Indians and Rising Pune Supergiants on April 9 but remaining 19 matches in the state are still under a cloud of doubt.
BCCI secretary Anurag Thakur recently said that the state of Maharashtra could lose approximately Rs 100 crore if the matches are shifted out of the state.