MS Dhoni’s 4-year-old daughter Ziva has been a mini celeb herself since a very young age, with over 75,000 followers on her Instagram account. She has also been a frequent visitor to Chennai Super Kings games in the IPL, accompanying her mother to support ‘Captain Cool’ and Co. from the stands.
Videos of Ziva cheering for her father on during matches have also gone viral on social media. Most recently, the little princess in an adorable video urged everyone to vote ‘like mama and papa did’.
Preity Zinta co-owned Kings XI Punjab finished the IPL 2019 campaign on a winning note, beating the Super Kings by six wickets. However their story of the season has been a complete contrast. While CSK qualified for the play-offs being second on the points table, KXIP were highly inconsistent and finished the season sixth on points table.
Post his side’s loss at the PCA Stadium in Mohali, Dhoni was seen chatting with Preity and the Bollywood actress has now revealed what the duo was talking about.
Preity’s funny warning to MSD
In her latest social media post, Preity said she is a also fan of ‘Captain cool’ but conceded that her loyalty nowadays are shifting more towards Dhoni’s four-year-old daughter Ziva. “Here I’m telling him to be careful – I may just kidnap her,” she said in a funny tone and then asked the Twitterati to give the picture a worthy caption.
Captain cool has many fans including me, but off-late my loyalties are shifting to his little munchkin Ziva. Here I’m telling him to be careful – I may just kidnap her 😜 Now it's time for you guys to Caption THIS photo…#Ting pic.twitter.com/bD1ADSXopc
— Preity G Zinta (@realpreityzinta) May 7, 2019
Earlier, Preity had posted a tweet saying the tournament didn’t turn out the way her franchise would have liked but thanked the supporters for backing the Kings and promised that they will be back better and stronger next year.
“Not the end to the tournament we expected but happy to end with a win. I want to thank all the @lionsdenkxip fans for their constant support through all the seasons. Next year we will be back better & stronger. #saddasquad,” she tweeted.
Not the end to the tournament we expected but happy to end with a win. I want to thank all the @lionsdenkxip fans for their constant support through all the seasons 🙏 Next year we will be back better & stronger. #saddasquad
— Preity G Zinta (@realpreityzinta) May 5, 2019
The last time the Kings had qualified for the playoffs was in 2014 when they made to the final but lost to Kolkata Knight Riders in the title clash.