Former India skipper Mahendra SIngh Dhoni is well-known for his witty responses and funny oneliners. Dhoni’s witty comments were caught several times from the stump mic.
In India, former India captain MS Dhoni is worshipped like legendary Sachin Tendulkar as he enjoys a god-like status in the country.
However, MS Dhoni now stays away from the digital platforms and doesn’t interact with his fans. Chennai Super Kings captain lives a private life when he is away from the game and enjoy spending time with family.
The Ranchi-lad, who stays away from the limelight, is followed by 33.1 m people on Instagram and 8.2 million people on Twitter.
Dhoni used to be quite active on social media 7-8 years back and sometimes also replied to the fans. A few years back, Dhoni had also trolled Ravindra Jadeja, the veteran all-rounders of team India in series of tweets, which led to him earning the ‘Sir‘ tag. Jadeja is now popularly referred to as ‘Sir Jadeja‘.
Meanwhile, in an eye catching incident, back in 2012, Dhoni had responded to a user who had asked him to concentrate on his batting and not Twitter.
However, MSD came up with a hilarious response. He wrote: “Sir yes sir, any tips sir”. The epic tweet has so far been retweeted by over 2,500 times and is now again getting viral on social media platforms.
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Here it is to be noted that, MS Dhoni is not regular in either of the two platforms – Twitter and Instagram. His last post on both the social media services came in January 2021.
The former India captain will make his comeback to competitive cricket in September as the BCCI has confirmed staging the remainder of IPL 2021 in UAE. Dhoni-led Chennai Super Kings were placed at the 2nd spot before the season was suspended due bio-bubble breach. CSK won 5 out of 7 league stage matches.
Meanwhile, Dhoni’s fans are eagerly waiting for the resumption of Indian Premier League (IPL) 2021 in September after the BCCI has confirmed staging the remainder of the fourteenth season of the cash-rich league in the United Arab Emirates (UAE).