MS Dhoni clicks candid selfie with traffic cop, wins the internet

Dhoni once again won the internet with his touching gesture for a fan.

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MS Dhoni. (Photo Source: Twitter)

Legendary Indian cricketer Mahendra Singh Dhoni has a huge fanbase for his style of play as well as his calm demeanor both on and off the field. The 42-year-old has frequently won the hearts of many with his humble gestures.

He once again won the internet with his touching gesture for a fan as the legendary cricketer posed for a photo with a traffic police outside the Jharkhand State Cricket Association Stadium. The picture has gone viral on social media.

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Meanwhile, Dhoni had undergone a knee surgery after the completion of the 2023 Indian Premier League (IPL) and is currently recovering in Ranchi. He was recently seen driving a vintage 1973 Pontiac Firebird through the streets of his hometown. In another video that had gone viral, the former India captain was seen driving his vintage 1980 blue Rolls Royce. Notably, his affection for vintage automobiles was evident in these videos.

Dhoni led CSK to record-equalling fifth IPL title

MS Dhoni demonstrated exceptional leadership abilities during the IPL 2023 season as the Chennai Super Kings (CSK) skipper led the team to a record-equalling fifth IPL title, outplaying the Hardik Pandya-led Gujarat Titans (GT) in a rain-marred summit clash.

The 2011 Cricket World Cup-winning captain called time on his international career in August 2020. Despite his retirement, he continues to feature in the IPL, and has won two titles for CSK (2021 and 2023) after his international retirement. 

Everyone assumed that Dhoni will bid adieu from the IPL as well after the 2023 final. However, he hinted that he would return to play next year if his body allows. His supporters will be hoping for the legendary cricketer’s speedy recovery and a return to the cricket field.

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