Watch: MS Dhoni sings beautiful song, video spreads like wildfire

Former Indian skipper MS Dhoni was last seen playing for the national cricket team in the 2019 World Cup in England. Ever since India’s exit from the marquee event, MS Dhoni was not seen in cricketing action. When India toured West Indies, MS Dhoni took a sabbatical from international cricket to join the Indian army regiment for two weeks.

Watch: MS Dhoni sings beautiful song, video spreads like wildfire
MS Dhoni sings a classic song

MS Dhoni was also not picked in the team for South Africa series at home. MS Dhoni made a stunning appearance in the team’s dressing room after India won the game by an innings and 202 runs at Jharkhand stadium, Ranchi. In fact, this was MS Dhoni’s first appearance in the dressing room since India’s exit from the ODI world cup.

MS Dhoni also missed the home series against Bangladesh and West Indies. He was seen sweating it out at the nets at the JSCA Stadium in Ranchi last November, but when he was asked about his future, he gave a very bold answer. He said “Don’t ask me anything till January”.

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Recently a video of MS Dhoni started doing the rounds on social media shows the former skipper himself singing a classical Hindi song, a video of which was posted by sports journalist Boria Majumdar on his Twitter handle. Dhoni was seen singing the popular song “Main Pal Do Pal Ka Shayar Hoon” as the fans cheered for him in the video.

Earlier, All India Selection Committee chairman MSK Prasad added that the selection panel has “moved on” from MS Dhoni in the hope of giving youngsters like Rishabh Pant a chance, considering the T20 World Cup in Australia next year.

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