‘Men are like Lions till they get married’ – MS Dhoni
Dhoni married Sakshi Dhoni in 2010 and was blessed with a baby girl in 2015.
Updated - Nov 26, 2019 4:57 pm
MS Dhoni has earned the moniker of ‘Captain Cool’ thanks to his ability to remain calm under immense pressure. He has always delivered whenever things were looking problematic for the Indian team and even after passing on the captaincy to Virat Kohli, has been supportive and guiding to the team.
Currently, he is enjoying his life away from cricket recuperating from various injuries after the semi-final of the 2019 World Cup and has made himself unavailable for South Africa, Bangladesh and now the West Indies series at home. This has been done mostly to give Rishabh Pant a chance to establish himself in the team future-proofing for upcoming years.
MS Dhoni says the best way to keep a wife happy is to let her do anything she wants
MS Dhoni was recently in Chennai for an event of marriage portal Bharat Matrimony in which he also has a stake in. Dhoni was at his usual, funny best and was making the audience laugh with every word he said. During the promotion of the portal, Dhoni called himself the ideal husband. He, in fact, called himself better than the ideal husband.
Dhoni married Sakshi Dhoni in 2010 and was blessed with a baby girl in 2015, who was named Ziva, “I am better than the ideal husband because I let my wife do everything she wants. Husbands are happy when their wives are happy and my wife is happy when I say yes to anything and everything she wants. Men are like lions till they get married,” Dhoni said in a video shared by his fan club.
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MS Dhoni at his hilarious best during an event earlier today in Chennai! 🤣😂 Some snippets from his speech: “Am better than the ideal husband cause I let my wife do everything she wants. Husbands are happy when their wives are happy and my wife is happy when I say yes to anything and everything she wants. Men are like lions till they get married.” . @sakshisingh_r @mahi7781 #MSDhoni #Dhoni
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Meanwhile, Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) head Nazmul Hasan Papon has requested the BCCI Chief Sourav Ganguly to allow MS Dhoni, along with Virat Kohli, Rohit Sharma, Jasprit Bumrah, Bhuvneshwar Kumar and a host of other Indian players for two Asia XI vs World XI T20I matches in Dhaka, Bangladesh.
Also, Ravi Shastri was quoted by the Times of India as saying that everyone should stop speculating about MS Dhoni’s return to the Indian team and wait until his performance in IPL 2020 to see what happens.