“Dhoni…is my cricket Idol!!” : Shahrukh Khan shower praises on Ex-Indian captain MS Dhoni

The Bollywood star Shahrukh Khan has recently showered phrases on the Ex Indian captain and legendary finisher of the Indian cricket team MS Dhoni, Shahrukh was previously also praised MSD on plenty of occasions, the attacking game along with the calm and composed on-field gesture of Dhoni mesmerize Shahrukh Khan the most.

     Recently AB de Villiers the South African great also fall in love with Shahrukh Khan as he likes the two posts of this mega Bollywood star Shahrukh also kept his proximity with the Indian Cricket legends from time to time in the initial days of his Bollywood stardom he used to get closed with Yuvraj Singh later when the IPL initiated Dhoni becomes his favorite player. 

MSD was such a terrific player in T20 cricket especially and I considered MS Dhoni is my cricketing idol

     Also when he purchased the franchise of Kolkata knight riders in the Indian Premier League Gautam Gambhir became the star of his eye and he regularly kept trusted and invested in him till the decision of Gambhir to get out of KKR and walk for his local franchise of Delhi capitals in the year 2018. 

     Thus when Shahrukh Khan was surrounded by the media personality and asked about Mahi to him he answered, “MSD was such a terrific player in the T20 cricket especially and I considered MS Dhoni is my cricketing idol and always loves his on-field game. The followers of MS Dhoni and Shahrukh Khan both reacted in a wild manner after SRK officially declared his favor and love for the greatest Indian cricketer MS Dhoni who ruled Indian cricket for more than 15 years in his career. 

    Below given is the reaction of Shahrukh Khan which gets popular on the platform Twitter and Instagram after he declared he cherishes the former Indian captain MS Dhoni, and also some requoted tweets are given which actually show the wideness of the popularity of his statement. 


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