Sakshi Came Up With a Beautiful Response on MS Dhoni’s Instagram Post
Active on the micro-blogging website Instagram, the former skipper of Team India, MS Dhoni is enjoying his vacations following the limited-overs tour to United Kingdom (UK) After completing the recently-concluded national assignments, Dhoni appeared in many functions back home alongside his wife, Sakshi Singh Dhoni.
Recently, he visited his hometown Ranchi, and he had a great time to witness a waterfall. Interestingly, it is one of the favourite spots to visit for the veteran Indian wicketkeeper-batsman.
The 37-year-old Dhoni went through a series of anecdotes as he relieved his childhood memories by visiting this spot.
On the similar lines, having the feelings what William Wordsworth felt while visiting Tintern Abbey, Dhoni said that Waterfalls in Ranchi is nothing less than a ‘free head massage’.
The favourite spot of MS Dhoni:
The former skipper took Instagram to share one of his favourite places with his fans. While enjoying his time under the waterfall, Dhoni is lucidly enjoying his time.
“With three waterfalls around Ranchi, v cd do this whenever v wanted but now to do something like this after more than 10yrs brings back the good old memories. Head massage for free,” Dhoni’s caption for his latest video read.
Some of his fans were delighted to see their favourite cricket cherishing in the lap of nature; others went gaga.
Sakshi Dhoni, who is the better-half of MS Dhoni came up with an interesting comment on Instagram.
To the video shared by his husband Dhoni, Sakshi commented that this video was only for her. Her comment grabbed a lot of attention as fans were delighted to see their unconditional love.
The wicketkeeper-batsman spends a lot of time with his family after announcing the retirement from Test format in 2014. He was also part of many promotional events in the recent times.
In the recent past, he made an appearance during one of the matches of the Tamil Nadu Premier League and connected with the crowd with the promise of learning ‘better Tamil’ before the next season of Indian Premier League (IPL).