MS Dhoni celebrates wife Sakshi's birthday at his Ranchi farmhouse

MS Dhoni celebrates wife Sakshi’s birthday at his Ranchi farmhouse

Dhoni was recently seen mentoring the Indian side in T20 WC 2021.

MS Dhoni and Sakshi Dhoni
MS Dhoni and Sakshi Dhoni. (Photo Source: Instagram)

Former Indian skipper MS Dhoni is currently having some quality family time at his Ranchi farmhouse. And in the latest turn of events, he could be seen celebrating his wife, Sakshi Dhoni’s birthday. It is known for all that Dhoni is an extremely reserve person when it comes to social media and updates around his life reach fans in different ways.

This time around, Sakshi’s friend Priyanshu Chopra shared glimpses of her birthday celebration on her IG story. As Sakshi is about to cut her cake, Dhoni could be seen standing beside him in a black t-shirt and sporting a raw beard look.

Talking about the adorable couple, fans got to know during IPL 2021 only that they are expecting their second child soon. MS and his wife Sakshi were blessed with a little angel Ziva in February 2015. It will be their second child and is expected for 2022.

MS recently led his yellow franchise CSK to the IPL glory for the fourth time in the history of the tournament. After IPL, Dhoni was seen with men in blue in mentor’s role during India’s run in the T20 World Cup 2021.


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Ruturaj Gaikwad opens up on the valuable advice received by MS Dhoni

However, now he is all family person these days and would be next seen in action during IPL 2022. Recently CSK youngster, Ruturaj Gaikwad opened up on the valuable advice he received from the legendary skipper.

“I have always been focused on finishing games. I am used to that mindset. But the bottom line is I always try to keep things simple. I made a few small adjustments in my batting according to the situation and it came off well,” said Gaikwad while speaking to TOI.

“In fact, there were one or two games when Dhoni came up to me and told me that when I have the game in my control, I must try and finish it. It’s not that an opener should play for only 10-12 overs. I had a discussion with him saying that my mindset has always been to finish the game,” he added.