Ziva Dhoni continues to win hearts on the Internet. MS Dhoni has returned from the England tour and he was seen attending former Union Civil Aviation Minister Praful Patel’s daughter Poorna Patel’s sangeet ceremony in Mumbai.
Praful Patel’s daughter is getting married to entrepreneur Namit Soni and Dhoni was one of the celebrity guests in the three-day ceremony. Other than Dhoni, the likes of Parthiv Patel, RP Singh, Zaheer Khan, Yuvraj Singh, Gautam Gambhir also graced the occasion. Sophie Choudhary, Nushrat Bharucha and Guru Randhawa were also present in the star-studded affair.
But the one who grabbed the limelight the most was Dhoni’s three-year-old daughter, Ziva.
Ziva has already proved her credentials with her singing skills and now it was time to rock the dance floor and she didn’t disappoint.
Amidst the ceremonies and party atmosphere, Dhoni was seen speaking to Parthiv and RP Singh in what looked like an intense conversation in a hotel lobby. Other photos of the former India captain also surfaced, where he was seen enjoying the ceremonies with his wife and daughter.
Dressed in traditional clothes, Dhoni was seen enjoying his time away from cricket after so much has been written about him and his future. The former India captain was booed at Lord’s for his slow batting in the second ODI and things didn’t change in the next one-day match as well. The wicket-keeper batsman struggled to get runs at a brisk pace as India went down 2-1 in the three-match series.
Following that, a video of MSD surfaced on social media, where he was seen asking for the match ball from umpires and that send social media abuzz about him retiring from international cricket. However, Team India coach Ravi Shastri came out and cleared the air, saying that MS Dhoni is going nowhere.
“MS wanted to show the ball to Bharat Arun. He wanted to show him the wear and tear the ball had endured, to get a general idea of what the conditions were like,” Shastri was quoted as saying by the Times of India.
“That’s rubbish. MS is not going anywhere,” Shastri said.
However, as India embark on a month-and-a-half long Test journey in England, where Virat Kohli’s men play five Tests, the World Cup-winning captain will have time to reflect on his game and work on it before India play limited-overs cricket again in the Asia Cup, likely to be played in September.
News credit : Indiatoday