Mahendra Singh Dhoni’s daughter Ziva has remained the apple of everyone’s eye as she walks the epic journey of being the daughter of the legendary cricketer. The former Indian skipper was overwhelmed with wishes from fans and friends alike, but more special to him was the messages from those closest to him.
Sakshi Dhoni’s birthday wish on her Instagram post read, “Marking the date you were born, another year older, greyed a bit more, become smarter and sweeter. You are a man who will not be moved by all the sweet wishes and gifts. Let’s celebrate another year of your life by cutting a cake and blowing the candles! Happy Birthday, Husband!!”
Ziva’s adorable message
The gorgeous munchkin shared a very special message for our Captain Cool on his 39th birthday on Instagram where she has 1,6 million followers. In the video, she can be heard singing Doris Day’s ‘Que Sera Sera’ as a slideshow of her pics with MS Dhoni.
Dhoni’s stellar career launched in 2007 after he was named captain bowled out every single team ranking India as the world number 1 cricket test team in 2009. The cricket retired from Test cricket after finishing off his 90th test during India’s tour of Australia in 2014. Eventually, Dhoni handed over the ODI and T20I skipper titles in January 2017.
The cult status of MS Dhoni continued during his stint in the IPL franchise, the man known to his Chennai Super Kings (CSK) fans as ‘Thala’ led the IPL team from 2008. Dhoni was scheduled to return to the Chennai Super Kings in the IPL tournament this year on March 29 however this is still on hold due to the coronavirus pandemic.
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