MS Dhoni uploaded a video of him dancing with his Rising Pune Supergiants teammates a day after the team’s second match
The video, which was made using the video loop software Boomerang, has garnered over 7,50,000 views and 4,400 comments within the first 12 hours of being posted.
MS Dhoni seems to be loving spending time with teammates in an initial couple of days of the 2017 Indian Premier League (IPL) season. (COMPLETE IPL 2017 COVERAGE)
Devotees are, frequently updated by the former India captain, known as ‘Captain Cool’ because of his temperament and ability to come through pressure scenarios unscathed about his private life through his social networking reports.
He uploaded a brief video on his Instagram profile on Monday to let his fans know that everything was upbeat in the Rising Pune Supergiant (RPS) camp, despite a shaky beginning to their season.
The video has Dhoni highest paid Ben Stokes observing in the background to the player that was foreign.
The video, which was made using the video loop applications Boomerang, has garnered over 7,50,000 views and 4,400 comments within the first 12 hours of being posted.
The Pune franchise has had a mixed start to their season, winning their opening match against Mumbai Indians and then losing to Kings XI Punjab.
Dhoni has not managed to get going with all the bat, managing 12 runs in the triumph in Pune while getting dismissed to Kings XI for just five in the defeat.
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“#RPSvMI Smith shows who’s the king of the jungle. Overshadows Dhoni thoroughly. Captains innings. Great move to make him as captain (sic),” Harsh Goenka had tweeted during the RPS opening match against Mumbai Indians on April 6.
Smith had hit an unbeaten 84 off 54 balls to see the Pune franchise to victory.
Severe deleted the tweet after receiving severe criticism on Twitter.
This is when he is not captaining his team the first season Dhoni is playing in the IPL. He captained Chennai Super Kings (CSK) from 2008 to 2015 and then did the same for RPS in 2016 after the Chennai franchise was suspended.