“Thoda moody bhi hu,” MS Dhoni claims he’ll DISAPPEAR for a year after posting a few videos if he makes YouTube account
MS Dhoni explained that he preferred face to face conversations over social media.
MS Dhoni (Image via ESPN)
Former India captain MS Dhoni is very well known for his inactivity on social media. Since the start of 2019, he has posted 14 posts on Instagram and Twitter. Most of his posts are of him with his family or him on the farm. In a recent event, Dhoni confirmed that he will not open his own YouTube channel.
In an event organized by Content Creation Firm Digi, Dhoni revealed that many people asked him to make a YouTube channel. The former captain hilariously said, “mere se na ho payega” (I won’t be able to do it).
He further explained that even though he wasn’t a very camera conscious person, it was very tough and it didn’t come naturally to him. Dhoni clarified that he was a person who preferred one-on-one conversations and when it comes to Youtube he won’t be able to do it. He also called himself moody, saying if he did create a channel he would upload 2-3 videos and then disappear for a year, just like on Instagram.
Thoda moody bhi hu, Bata chala 3-4 videos daal diya fir Instagram ke tarah 1-2 saal gayab (I'm quite moody, if I upload 3-4 videos, I'll disappear for 1-2 years, like my Instagram)MS Dhoni said in an event.
Ruturaj Gaikwad says MS Dhoni helped him in improving his game sense
After India beat Australia in the 4th T20I to win the series, Ruturaj Gaikwad spoke with JioCinema. During his maiden T20I century in the 3rd game, Gaikwad had faced 21 balls and scored only 21 runs. He finished the innings with 123* in 57 balls. Talking about his intent and game sense, he says this skill was taught to him by his CSK captain, MS Dhoni.
No, definitely. I would say I learned being in CSK because, you know, Mahi bhai is always keen on reading situations, you know, understanding the game, how the game will progress. And he is more or less sends a message where you have to look for a team score.Ruturaj Gaikwad to JioCinema
He further added that he knows how much a team should score depending on the phase of play. Even if a batter has stayed on the crease or just come in, they should try getting to that score. Gaikwad said this tactic stayed with him and tries to continue it.
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