MS Dhoni Birthday: The previous India chief turned 39 on Tuesday, and his previous and current colleagues overflowed online life with their birthday welcome.
MS Dhoni praises his 39th birthday celebration on Tuesday and a portion of his previous and current colleagues took to Twitter to post their birthday welcome for the previous India chief. Any semblance of Virender Sehwag and Kedar Jadhav, Hardik Pandya, Suresh Raina, Kuldeep Yadav and VVS Laxman were among the first to share their birthday wishes with the Kedar Jadhav in any event, writing a genuine letter for his “closest companion, colleague and chief”. Fans too overflowed online networking and wished India’s 2011 World Cup-winning captain. “Once in an age, a player comes and a country interfaces with him, consider him an individual from their family, kuch bahut apna sa lagta hai. Glad Birthday to a man who is the world ( Dhoni-ya ) for his numerous admirers,” tweeted Virender Sehwag.
Kedar Jadhav’s letter for MS Dhoni was a huge hit, gathering more than 1,000 retweets and more than 4,000 likes in a matter of seconds.
“A little attempt to make your birthday minimal progressively extraordinary. My closest companion, partner and commander, Happy Birthday Mahi Bhai,” composed the India cricketer.
Calling Dhoni “Bittu”, Hardik Pandya wished Dhoni, saying thanks to him for “remaining by me in awful occasions”.
“Upbeat birthday to my Bittu from your Chittu. My companion who has trained me to be a superior person and remained by me in awful occasions @msdhoni,” Pandya tweeted.
Dhoni’s CSK colleague Suresh Raina presented a video on wish “one of my preferred human, sibling and a pioneer I would ever request”.
Left-arm spinner Kuldeep Yadav expressed gratitude toward Dhoni for being an astonishing person while previous India cricketer VVS Laxman said Dhoni’s self-restraint and persistence keeps on being a motivation.
“Glad birthday Mahi Bhai. I trust you have a brilliant and phenomenal day. Much obliged to you for being such an astonishing individual. God favor you,” Kuldeep tweeted.
“A lot increasingly cheerful returns of the day to a man whose poise and tolerance keeps on being a motivation. #Happy Birthday Dhoni,” previous India batsman VVS Laxman composed
Dhoni hasn’t played any global cricket since July 2019, when India lost to New Zealand in the semi-last of the World Cup.
Dhoni was relied upon to come back to activity in the current year’s Indian Premier League, which has been delayed inconclusively due to the corona virus pandemic.