Fans left stunned to see MS Dhoni doing organic farming in his farmhouse – WATCH video

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MS Dhoni driving tractor at his farmhouse

Former India captain MS Dhoni, who has been away from the game since the 2019 ICC Cricket World Cup, was recently seen doing some organic farming in his farmhouse in Ranchi.


While Dhoni is not at all active on social media platforms, his wife Sakshi keeps sharing glimpses of the veteran stumper on Instagram, while capturing their picturesque Ranchi farmhouse at regular intervals.

On Saturday, a video surfaced on social media in which Dhoni – who has a fascination for bikes – was seen driving a tractor with equal effect through the farm. Since he stays away from the limelight, the fans haven’t been able to get a glimpse of Dhoni for a long time now.


Therefore, as soon as netizens saw MSD in the recent clip, they started showering their love to the two-times World Cup-winning captain.

Here’s the video:

Also, Dhoni’s ardent fans are counting days as the wicketkeeper-batsman is soon to turn 39 on July 07. There has been immense debate on his international future since the time he decided to step aside from the gentlemen’s game with a sabbatical following India’s defeat against New Zealand in the 2019 World Cup semi-final. While he himself has never stated anything on his retirement plans, speculations remain that the former skipper will most likely not return to the national side.


In all likelihood, Dhoni is set to lead Chennai Super Kings (CSK) whenever the BCCI decides to organise the 13th season of the IPL in the country when the situation from the coronavirus pandemic improves nationwide. As of now, the board is eyeing a window during September-November to host the IPL T20.

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