Former Indian captain MS Dhoni is locked in his house at Ranchi due to the coronavirus outbreak. He is making most of this time by spending more time with his family that includes his wife Sakshi Dhoni and daughter Ziva Dhoni.
His wife Sakshi is quite active on social media and actively shares the videos featuring fan-favorite Mahi. During the lockdown, we have seen videos of Mahi driving tractors and taking Ziva on bike rides in their lawn. Recently a video went viral on social media in which MS can be seen cuddling with his pet dogs. The cute clip was shared as a boomerang by Sakshi on Instagram. The thing which caught the attention of netizens in the video was Ziva’s reaction to the whole situation. She was awestruck by seeing the bonding between Mahi and his dogs.
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MS Dhoni won’t come and talk on Instagram live
Sakshi was recently involved in an engaging conversation with Chennai Super king’s sports presenter Rupa Ramani. During the interaction, she shed some light on Dhoni’s life during the lockdown and his absence on social media.
Though Mahi has an Instagram account he rarely posts something on it. Fans are always eager to know about his life and his return to international cricket. Talking about the same, Sakshi revealed that he won’t talk on coronavirus on social media as he believes that in these difficult times we should follow the guidelines issued by the Prime Minister.
Sakshi told Ramani, “Mahi won’t come and talk on Insta live. He has had pressure to post videos on Coronavirus and all but he hasn’t because if your PM has said something, you jolly well follow it. And nobody is bigger than your PM right now in the country. This is the reason why he hasn’t come and stated anything on social media,”
Mahi’s love for bikes is a very well known fact. The cricketer has a great collection of the two-wheelers and is often spotted riding them in his hometown. When asked about it, Sakshi said that Mahi is servicing and assembling his bikes during the lockdown.
“Mahi has 9 bikes. He opened them up, he bought parts and assembled them. He was assembling a bike and fully assembled it and he forgot to put one part and the next day he had to open the bike and he had to do it all over again,” Sakshi said