Far away from hustle and bustle of international cricket, MS Dhoni is enjoying his private life. MS Dhoni has endured some tough on the cricket field in recent times. In this year’s World Cup, he was all over the news for all the wrong reasons. MS Dhoni had faced the heat for his uncharacteristic slow knocks. In fact, his knock against Afghanistan was criticised by Sachin Tendulkar too.
Dhoni finished the tournament on a good note, scoring a fighting fifty in the semifinal loss to New Zealand. Speculations were high that he would announce his retirement at the end of the tournament. But showing his knack of being unpredictable, the former India skipper took a two-month break from the game.
Thus while his teammates were busy playing against West Indies in the Caribbeans, Dhoni joined his regiment in Kashmir on July 30 to perform army duties. The World Cup-winning skpper’s stint with the 106th battalion of the Territorial Army came to an end on August 15. During this period, Dhoni also visited Ladakh on the eve of Independence Day, where he visited the Army General Hospital and paid tributes to the martyrs at the Siachen War Memorial.
Back from the service now, Dhoni is spending his time in Mumbai. He, however, is busy with the shooting of commercials.
Dhoni’s manager and childhood friend Mihir Diwakar posted a picture on social media where the former skipper is seen with his friends at Green Valley Studios in Mumbai.
“Winter campaign 2019 — Indian terrain shoot,” read the caption.
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On Tuesday, Dhoni was seen for another shoot with celebrity hairstylist Sapna Bhavnani in Mehboob Studios. The focus will now be on MS Dhoni’s future in international cricket. There was very little clarity surrounding his future after India’s World Cup exit.
“We did discuss with him [Dhoni’s future],” MSK Prasad had said.
“Retirement is purely individual. A legendary cricketer like MS Dhoni… he knows when to retire. But as far as the future roadmap is considered, that is in the hands of the selectors,” he had added.
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