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Fans honour MS Dhoni with a 41-feet cutout ahead of his 41st birthday; picture storms the internet

Dhoni also celebrated his 12th wedding anniversary yesterday, Jule 5, in London and in that same place, he will celebrate his birthday.

MS Dhoni

Though MS Dhoni is no longer playing an international match, he is still one of the most beloved cricketer in India. It’s not an exaggeration if we say many people consider MS Dhoni their God. They can do anything to celebrate their idol’s acheivements. The former India captain will turn 41 tomorrow, that is, on July 7. So fans created a 41-feet cutout at Nandigama, a district of Vijaywada (Andhra Pradesh).

Fans have made this to celebrate his 41st birthday. The picture of the cutout has stormed the internet and his fans have showered their love on the huge cutout. It depicts Dhoni playing his signature helicopter shot.

Previously, in 2018, a 35-feet cutout was arranged in Kerala and a 30-feet cutout was made in Chennai.

Meanwhile, Dhoni also celebrated his 12th wedding anniversary yesterday, Jule 5, in London with wife Sakshi and daughter Ziva and in that same place, he will celebrate his birthday.

Checkout the post below:

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MS Dhoni and CSK

MS Dhoni

MS Dhoni leads the Chennai Super Kings in IPL and under him, the franchise have got four titles. But the recently-concluded IPL 2022 season was forgettable one because CSK finished at No. 9 in the points table.

Dhoni had scored 232 runs in 14 games with the best of unbeaten 50 at a strike rate of 123 and an average of 33.14.

CSK was led by Ravindra Jadeja in the first half of the tournement but he relinquised the captaincy mid-way which Dhoni again took up the role. There were speculation about who will lead CSK in 2023, but Dhoni put all speculations and rumours at rest by declaring that he will lead the franchise in the 2023 season as well.

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