MS Dhoni was seen singing an old Hindi song ‘Main pal do pal ka shayar hoon’ in a video that has gone viral. In a mood of fantasy and delight, the Ranchi boy at an event was mesmerizing the audience by singing two lines of the song.
Dhoni and his love for old Hindi songs
A video of MS Dhoni is going viral on the internet and it is all about his love for classic songs. He sang one of his favorite old Hindi songs from a movie of Amitabh Bachmann- Main Pal Do Pal Ka Shayar Hoon from the 1976 film Kabhi Kabhie.
Boria Majumdar a sports journalist from India today posted the video on Monday with the caption, “As I said yes it was a very relaxed conversation. First at the event and then for an hour and a half off-camera on all things cricket. I will def write at some point. Here is @msdhoni singing his favorite two lines. We talked about him as father, husband, son and all else.”
As I said yest it was a very relaxed conversation. First at the event and then for an hour and a half off camera on all things cricket. Will def write at some point. Here is @msdhoni singing his favorite two lines. We talked about him as father, husband, son and all else. pic.twitter.com/XQ3ETPiCjw
— Boria Majumdar (@BoriaMajumdar) December 9, 2019
It is not the first time the legend sang a song mesmerizing his fans. Previously he was seen in a video singing a song at a friends’ gathering.
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His return still remains a question mark
The former captain looks in a mood of relaxation as he enjoys his long break after the World Cup completion. However, the mystery remains the same about his return to the international squad. Recent images of him training in Ranchi raised thoughts of a comeback for the ongoing West Indies series, however, Dhoni’s name was missing from limited-overs squads. On asking frequently about his return, the veteran requested the media not to ask him questions about his comeback until January 2020.
Speaking to the media, team India’s head coach Ravi Shastri says that the veteran wicketkeeper should be given space. He said, “That guy is a legend. The last thing he will want is to impose himself on an Indian team, having known him. He is wanting to take a break but he is going to play the IPL. The amount of sport he has played… if he puts himself in contention… if he feels after the IPL that ‘I am good enough to play for India’, don’t mess around with that,” Ravi Shastri said.
Meanwhile, BCCI President Sourav Ganguly was asked last week if Dhoni would be playing the next year’s T20I World Cup in Australia. In his reply, the former India captain said: “Please ask Dhoni.”