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MS Dhoni hones his dancing skills with daughter Ziva, video breaks the internet

MS Dhoni, The Former India Cricket Team Skipper, Posted A Video On His Instagram Account Where He Is Dancing In Tandem With His Daughter Ziva.

News Nation Bureau | Edited By : Siddharth Vishwanathan | Updated on: 03 Dec 2018, 12:53:53 PM
MS Dhoni danced in tandem with his daughter Ziva in a video that has gone viral on social media. (Image credit: Twitter).

New Delhi:

MS Dhoni, the former India cricket team skipper, is enjoying some quality time with his daughter Ziva. After not been picked in the Twenty20 Internationals against Australia, Dhoni has been active on social media, notably on his Instagram account (@mahi7781) where he has been posting videos with his daughter, Ziva. Recently, Dhoni was seen honing his dancing skills with his daughter in a video that has broken the internet. The 37-year-old was seen dancing in co-ordination with his daughter to the song ‘Better When I’m Dancin’ from artist Meghan Trainor. Dhoni does a good job of keeping up with Ziva and social media users could not stop remarking on how cute the duo was.

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The song Better When I’m Dancin was released in 2015 by Trainor and it has so far clocked 276 million views on Youtube.

Recently, Dhoni, along with Hardik Pandya and Sachin Tendulkar were in attendance for Deepika Padukone and Ranveer Singh’s reception in Mumbai. Dhoni came along with his wife Sakshi while Tendulkar was present with his wife Anjali and son Arjun.

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Before this video, Dhoni had posted yet another video with Ziva where he is interacting in both Tamil and Bhojpuri. In another video, Ziva is seen feeding Dhoni with a carrot stick.

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Dhoni’s exclusion for the West Indies and Australia Twenty20s was the first time the former Indian skipper was dropped from the team ever since he established himself as a big name in the side. The fact that it comes at a time when his finishing prowess and big scores are on the wane in ODIs has given rise to speculation that his time is coming to an end.

The wicketkeeper-batsman, though, has a chance to redeem himself in the upcoming three-match ODI series against Australia starting on January 11. The series will be followed by five ODIs and three T20Is against New Zealand in February. India could play five ODIs against Australia at home before embarking for the World Cup in England which will begin from May 31. India will play their first match against South Africa at The Oval on June 5.

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First Published : 03 Dec 2018, 12:52:46 PM

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