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MS Dhoni bathroom video goes viral in social media

Mahendra Singh Dhoni’s simplicity and honesty have never been in doubt. The down-to-earth personality is a huge inspiration to all the cricket followers. Known for the knack of captaincy, wicketkeeping and batting traits, his contribution towards Indian cricket is so good that it cannot be put it in words.

MS Dhoni has taken his simplicity to another level when he got a hair-cut from a local barber instead of going for a leading hair-stylist. He has also travelled on a local train from Jharkhand to Kolkata with his Jharkhand teammates to play a Vijay Hazare Trophy match at iconic Eden gardens.

MS Dhoni was seen taking a bathroom break at Poorna Patel’s wedding reception in Mumbai and for the first time ever, MSD had no answer to a question that was asked to him. The former Indian captain, who was sitting near the washbasin, was asked by his friend Rahul Vaidya “Why are you so cool even in a bathroom?” In reply to that, he said “I don’t know.”

Watch the video below:

How can someone be so calm and humble all the time ?? So much to learn from him ?????

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Being a great leader in his times, he always hands the trophy to his teammates and doesn’t steal the spotlight. When a girl in Ranchi chased MS Dhoni’s Hummer in her scooty till the airport, the down-to-earth cricketer stopped and allowed his fan girl to take a selfie.

The only captain with three ICC trophies has given up international captaincy on January 4, 2017. But still, he has extended his services as a wicketkeeper-batsman. He has always worked behind the scenes to offer some crunch tips to Virat Kohli and Rohit Sharma in the deciding phase of the game.

Written by Chaithanya G

Hailing from Chennai, Chaithanya G is the Managing Director of TheYouth. He has dedicated his whole life to reading and writing.

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