MS Dhoni spotted working hard on his fitness at JSCA gym in Ranchi
In a video that went viral on Twitter, Dhoni is seen putting in hard yards in the gym.
Updated - Nov 14, 2021 7:58 pm
The former India skipper MS Dhoni is one of the most celebrated athletes in the world. His fans are always raring to catch a glimpse of him and thus any update and picture of him leave fans intrigued. Recently, he was spotted in the gym, and pictures of him working out hard have already started making rounds on social media platforms.
The former keeper-batter returned to his home town Ranchi recently. Earlier he was active with the Chennai Super Kings wherein he led the team to the fourth IPL title. Post that, he joined the Indian squad as a mentor for the T20 World Cup 2021. However, now,
MS Dhoni was seen sweating it out in the gym at the JSCA Stadium in Ranchi.
MS Dhoni hits the gym at JSCA Stadium
It is a no-brainer that he is always in the limelight and his fans and followers leave no stone unturned to spot their beloved Thala. In a video that went viral on Twitter, Dhoni is seen putting in hard yards in the gym. He appeared as fit as ever and that obviously fascinated his fans.
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More so recently, WWE heartthrob John Cena had also shared a picture of the former India skipper. This had left the netizens all confused as they reacted to it in numbers. In the picture, Dhoni was seen walking downstairs towards someone offering a handshake.
However, the frame only captures him, and that further added to the curiosity of the fans. They posted their reactions to the picture as it went all viral across social media platforms.
Hailing from the narrow alleys of Ranchi, Dhoni stacked firmly against all the odds to be renowned as one of the most successful captains in cricketing history. Under him, India tasted the glory of all the three ICC trophies. Recently, former India cricketer Kiran More had opened up on Dhoni’s journey.
“The success story of our time was MS Dhoni. We never thought that he was a wicketkeeper, we thought he was a batter. So I went especially to Jamshedpur to watch his batting. He smashed about 130 runs and kept wickets decently. From there he went into India A and then to Kenya and the rest is history,” More said as quoted by Scroll. in.