MS Dhoni shares a cute video of Ziva answering his questions in multiple languages
This is the cutest thing you will see on the internet today!
by Jatin Author
Published - Mar 24, 2019 10:28 pm | Updated - Mar 24, 2019 10:28 pm
MS Dhoni must be in high spirits with Chennai Super Kings’ empathic victory over Royal Challengers Bangalore in the IPL 2019 tournament opener at the MA Chidambaram Stadium in Chennai on Saturday, March 23. Dhoni led the CSK team to a brilliant win over Royal Challengers Bangalore, as they were embarrassed by being bowled out for just 70 runs. CSK won the match by 7 wickets to earn their first points in IPL’s 12th edition.
After the game, Daddy Dhoni was seen spending some super cute moments with daughter Ziva. Ziva and Sakshi are regularly seen travelling around during CSK’s IPL matches. In 2018 IPL, Ziva was ever present with Sakshi Dhoni at the ground, egging her father to hit more sixes and even shared her juice box with him.
After CSK won the IPL 2018 and were celebrating at the ground in Mumbai, MS had Ziva with him, who was busy running around the ground and playing with the confetti which was released as part of celebrations.
Now, MS Dhoni has posted a video of him asking Ziva some questions in Tamil, Gujarati, Bengali and even his mother tongue Bhojpuri, Ziva answered them with her imminent cuteness. Dhoni even made her answer to Inshallah with Mashallah.
Here is Ziva Dhoni’s super cute video:
Meanwhile, in the tournament opener, CSK spinners Harbhajan Singh, Imran Tahir and Ravindra Jadeja picked eight wickets amongst themselves to stop RCB for 70 with only Parthiv reaching double figures and making 29 runs. In reply, CSK lost Shane Watson for a duck to Yuzvendra Chahal, who gave away just 6 runs in his four overs.
However, the lack of a third spinner and just 70 runs to defend prove to RCB’s downfall, as Ambati Rayudu’s 28 helped CSK reach the finish line easily.
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