Questions are repeatedly being asked of the former wicketkeeper and Team India skipper MS Dhoni’s future in the past 6 months. The wicketkeeper-batsman took retirement after India’s campaign at the 2019 World Cup that came to an end when they lost to New Zealand in the semifinal. A report in November said that the former India captain returned to training and is preparing for his possible comeback into Team India. But before he makes his comeback on the field, a video of Dhoni where he is singing on a stage during an event has gone viral on social media.
Dhoni’s Singing Talent And Audiences Shower Their Love On This Talent Of Him:
A video was uploaded by a fan where Dhoni is singing a song, “Main pal do pal ka shayar hoon, pal do pal meri kahaani hai. Pal do pal meri hasti hai, pal do pal meri jawaani hai.” The audiences can be seen listening to Dhoni’s song and enjoying it.
— MS Dhoni Fans Official (@msdfansofficial) December 8, 2019
It did not happen for the first time that Dhoni has been caught on camera singing. Earlier of this month, a video of him singing a song at a friends’ gathering had also become viral.
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Meanwhile, BCCI President Sourav Ganguly when questioned last week if Dhoni would be making his comeback or playing in the next year’s T20I World Cup in Australia, responded by saying, “please ask Dhoni.”
The outgoing National selection committee chairman MSK Prasad made it clear in November that the panel has “moved on” and Dhoni is aware of its intent to blood youngsters such as Rishabh Pant keeping in mind the T20 World Cup in Australia. One of the biggest names in Indian cricket, Dhoni, led his team to win two world titles. Once in the year 2007, it was the T20 World Cup in South Africa and ODI World Cup at home in 2011.