MS Dhoni wears Indian retro jersey and fans can't keep calm - see viral pictures

WION Web Team
New Delhi, India Published: Jul 27, 2021, 09:27 AM(IST)

Mahendra Singh Dhoni (Credit: @TheDhoniEra) Photograph:( Twitter )

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MS Dhoni's pictures in Indian retro jersey have gone viral on social media. 

Mahendra Singh Dhoni, the former skipper of the Indian cricket team, was recently spotted in the retro jersey of India as pictures have gone viral on social media forums. Fans and followers expressed their emotions after watching 'Thala' in No. 7 Indian jersey. 

The pictures were apparently taken during a commercial shoot as shared by the Bollywood director Farah Khan, who posted a picture of herself with Dhoni, captioning: "Directed @mahi7781 for an ad today .. What an amazing guy.. so punctual, so down to earth, took pics with everyone frm clients to spotboys with a smile..im a fan now".

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The talismanic cricketer, who bid adieu to international cricket last year, has a huge fan following. The talismanic cricketer, who bid adieu to international cricket last year, has a huge fan following. His fans went gaga as soon as they saw Dhoni in an Indian jersey.

On Farah Khan's post, fans shared their emotions, One of the user wrote, "Couldn’t make a better fantasy than @mahi7781 wearing the current team india jersey but yes it’s a fantasy and the reality is we won’t be seeing him again playing from team india", another chimed in and said, "Please tell him that, we miss him so much.. Msdians forever."

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Recently, Dhoni was spotted playing all-stars football practice match in Mumbai with some celebrities like Ranveer Singh and Karan Wahi. Shreyas Iyer was also there. See pics here:

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Dhoni will return to the cricket field as the second phase of the Indian Premier League (IPL) 2021 is all set to resume on August 19 and will conclude on October 15. The tournament, whose first phase was played in India, was suspended after a few players and staff members were tested Coronavirus (COVID-19) positive. After that, the event was shifted to United Arab Emirates (UAE), where 31 games will be played in 27 days in the league’s second leg. 

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