Rishabh Pant celebrates Diwali with MS Dhoni, pic goes viral

The picture captures a beautiful moment.

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MS Dhoni and Rishabh Pant
MS Dhoni and Rishabh Pant. (Photo Source: Sakshisingh/instagram)

Sakshi Singh, the wife of former Indian cricket captain along with renowned wicketkeeper-batter MS Dhoni and India's wicketkeeping sensation Rishabh Pant, shared a lovely photo on Instagram celebrating the Diwali festival. The picture captures a beautiful moment with MS Dhoni and Pant wearing traditional kurtas and smiling. The picture radiates warmth and joy, making it a delightful sight to behold.

The last time we saw MS Dhoni play cricket was in the latest IPL season in 2023. He led his team, the Chennai Super Kings, to win the tournament for the fifth time. Many people thought this might be Dhoni's final season in the IPL, and he might stop playing. 

But after the game, Dhoni surprised everyone. He said he would try one more time and play another season for his team and fans worldwide, as long as he felt physically fit. He mentioned he would check how fit he was before deciding for sure.

Since he stopped playing for the national team, Dhoni has kept a low profile and doesn't appear in public much. Fans are excited about the chance of seeing him play again in the next IPL season.

I want to be remembered as a good human being: MSD

Recently, during a promotional event, an anchor asked MS Dhoni about important parts of his life and if he still wanted success. Dhoni replied that his goal was not just to be known as a good cricketer but to be remembered as a good person. He emphasised that being a good person is a lifelong process.

"You know, right from the start, I was not into that people should remember me as a good cricketer. I always said, you know, I want to be remembered as a good human being. You know, and if you want to be a good human being, it's a process till you die," MS Dhoni said.

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