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MS Dhoni spotted flaunting new muscular look in Ranchi’s gym, netizens say ‘Sharam karle Rohit Sharma’

The wicketkeeper-batsman captioned team India in its 2011’s crusade of winning the ICC ODI World Cup after a long gap of 28 years





New Delhi: MS Dhoni is one of the biggest names in the cricketing world.

Be it for winning three ICC titles for India or making his IPL franchise CSK clinch the trophy 5 times, the caption cool has inspired millions throughout his cricketing career.  Even after his retirement from international cricket, Thala is still a part of his IPL franchise and him being there on the field with youngsters even at the age of 42 is more than enough to show his passion for the game.

Except for his gaming brilliance, Dhoni often keeps getting under the limelight thanks to his gigantic fan following on his not-so-active social media handles. Recently as well, the World Cup-winning caption once again got netizens talking about him after he was spotted boasting his gains at a gym in his hometown Ranchi.

Have a look at Dhoni’s viral picture

In the picture, the veteran cricket is seen sporting a black gymming outfit. However, it was Dhoni’s never-seen-before muscular look that caught everyone’s attention and made the internet go gaga over his commitment towards fitness.

Lauding Dhoni for his healthy lifestyle, one fan wrote’ “Dhoni is More Fit than Some Active Players.”

Another said, “Can play Cricket till 45 and then movies with Rajnikant.”

A third user  made fun of Rohit Sharma saying, “Ab to Sharam Karle Rohit Sharma”

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After initially struggling in his life as a railway ticket collector, MS Dhoni rose to glory in the ICC T20 World Cup of 2007. The wicketkeeper-batsman also captioned team India in its 2011’s crusade of winning the ICC ODI World Cup after a long gap of 28 years. Other than that, MS also helped team India get their hands on their second ICC Champions Trophy title in 2013.

Although he bid his farewell to international cricket by retiring silently in 2020, he continues to caption his Indian Premier League franchise CSK and hopefully will be seen again in action in the 17 edition of the IPL next year.