Watch as Mahendra Singh Dhoni in a lungi garment shakes a leg with dance icon Prabhu Deva in this behind-the-scenes of the making of the TVS Motor commercial. On August 15, the Indian wicketkeeper-batsman revealed that he was putting an end to his international cricketing career. MS Dhoni will finish his cricketing career at his beloved Chennai Super Kings (CSK) franchise. It can be safely assumed that his cricketing days are only numbered.
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The commercial for TVS Motor Company of which Dhoni has been the brand ambassador was released in early January 2016 for promotions during the harvest festival of Pongal. In the commercial, having inaugurated a motorbike showroom, the then India captain struggles to get on a bike because of his inability to manoeuvre the lungi he is wearing. Prabhu Deva steps in at this point and teaches him to wrap up the vestment with the shake of the hip.
TVS Motor Company Limited is an Indian multinational motorcycle company headquartered at Chennai, India and is the third largest motorcycle company in India.
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