MS Dhoni rides his bike with daughter Ziva in Ranchi farmhouse amid lockdown
He is enjoying his time with his family.
Updated - Apr 21, 2020 3:56 pm
MS Dhoni has been out from on-field action since last year’s World Cup semi-final. The former Indian captain has stayed away from the public eye ever since then. With IPL scheduled to start in March, people had expected to see a come back of the ex-India captain, but that didn’t happen. With the COVID-19 crisis, the tournament has been suspended for now.
As the entire world is going through a lockdown, Dhoni has been spending all his quality time with wife, Sakshi and daughter, Ziva. Unlike MS, Sakshi is someone has who uses social media a lot. She even uploads pictures and videos in which Dhoni can be seen.
Two kids playing here, says Sakshi says referring to MS and Ziva
In a video found on MS Dhoni’s Instagram fan page, the 38-year-old was seen giving a bike ride to his daughter in his farmhouse. As the world has gone into a complete lockdown situation, the veteran has been staying in his farmhouse in Ranchi. The video seems like one of the live streams conducted by Sakshi Dhoni.
During the live stream, she says, “I have two kids playing here, one big kid and one small kid” referring to her husband and daughter. In the video, Dhoni can be seen riding a Royal Enfield bike.
The screengrab video was then taken by a fan and uploaded on his fan page and it has gone viral on social media. The video was absolutely adorable and his fans loved to see the father in Dhoni. It is not surprising to see MS Dhoni giving a bike ride to his daughter as everyone knows how much the wicketkeeper-batsman loves driving.
Dhoni has always been passionate for motorbikes and has a huge collection of them. Ever since his debut in international, Dhoni has revealed how much he loves riding on bikes. So, it was only fair, Ziva got to experience her father’s passion. And this is not the first time that the father-daughter’s video together has gone viral. Sakshi has kept her fans busy throughout the lockdown giving them the glimpses of their favourite cricketer.