MS Dhoni shares Ranchi Organic farming video

Former Indian captain MS Dhoni is away from competitive game over a year. But he is seen to make the headlines or grabbing the limelight, despite staying away from the sport. He started a organic farming beside his yard and the video went viral in social media.

The former Indian captain is one of the most influential cricketers of modern cricket. He played a significant role in the development players and Indian cricket. The batsman engaged himself in hobby activities as he is currently away from cricketing action.

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The former skipper last played in the 2019 World Cup semi-final against New Zealand. Although, Dhoni departed for a fighting half-century. But there were lot of questioning regarding his capabilities and retirement announcement.

After that, the World Cup-winning captain was preparing himself to take part in the 13th season of the IPL. Everyone was awaiting for his comeback in the tournament for his consideration in World T20 in Australia. Unfortunately, the COVID-19 pandemic forced the tournament to be postponed. At the same time, the fate of the T20 World Cup and MS Dhoni’s future also went in smoke.

The Wicketkeeper batsman was seen in his Ranchi farmhouse performing organic farming in a video. He posted a video, where he enjoyed himself doing it in his official fan page in Instagram.

While everyone is discussing about the retirement of the veteran Wicketkeeper batsman, he has decided to start his coaching career and launch a online cricket Academy. If everything remains normal, the online cricket Academy will be launched on July 2nd.



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Exclusive Video Of Mahi Bhaiya Enjoying Doing Organic Farming !! ❤

A post shared by MS Dhoni Fans Club (@dhoni.bhakt) on Jun 27, 2020 at 12:34am PDT

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