Dhoni has taken a two-month break from cricket.
Dhoni is already an inspiration for youngsters aplenty, and now donning Indian Army uniform will inspire young guns who have armed forces fascination.
Dhoni will be taking part in the training of the paramilitary regiment is likely to be held in some parts of Jammu and Kashmir.
Kohli said that the team will try to win the coveted cup from the inspiration they get from the Indian Army.
The BCCI had also donated INR 20 crore to the families of the Pulwama martyrs at the start of the IPL.
Gambhir has come up with another tweet for Indian Army.
At the start of the match, both the English and Indian captains Virat Kohli and Joe Root wore the poppy.
The former opener for India has been quite vocal about his support for the Indian army.
It was only fitting that the most loved Indian cricketer was honoured with the award on the seventh anniversary of India's historic World Cup victory.
Dhoni was readily excited and looked forward to this opportunity as a way to reach out to the youth of the nation.