With the ICC World Cup is coming near, this is definitely not the exact time to discuss the major topic i.e. ex India skipper’s retirement.
But MS Dhoni himself just heated up the discussion by disclosing what he might accomplish after getting retirement from cricket.
MSD might just start painting as a line of work after making declaration about his retirement from cricket. In a video recording that has turned viral all over the web, the well known personality can be witnessed talking about his painting records while showcasing a few of his artistic works.
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“I wanted to share a secret with all of you. Right from childhood I always wanted to become an artist, I have played a lot of cricket so I decided it’s time for me now to take up what I wanted so I have made a few paintings,” Dhoni stated in a special video recording.
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The ex India skipper then went on to showcase three of his paintings. The initial one was a scenery; the other one was of what he depicted as ‘something that can turn out to be a means of transport in the coming time’. He called the third paintng as his favorite.
It was what MSD portrayed as a copy of him batting in CSK sport shirt. But the ace cricketer has no chance of taking retirement anytime shortly.
The 37 year old headed CSK to the finals of IPL 2019 and had also validated that he will also showcase his talent during in the next IPL. In addition, MSD has been chosen as India’s favorite wicket-keeper for the forthcoming ICC World Cup 2019, proposed to start from May 30 at England.
Dhoni is the bestest player in Virat Kohli’s squad this time having showcased his talent in 341 ODIs in which he has gathered up 10,500 ODI runs at an average of 50.72 with 10 centuries and 71 fifties.