New Delhi: MS Dhoni, the former captain of the Indian cricket team, is at the pinnacle of both success and popularity. Dhoni has recently bought a new house in Pimpri Chinchwad, Pune. Dhoni’s new home is in Ravet’s Estado Presidential Society. Dhoni also bought a house in Mumbai last year, whose picture was shared by his wife Sakshi Singh Dhoni.
Dhoni is also building a house in Mumbai
Dhoni is also building a house in Mumbai. Let us tell you that the captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni, who has won two World Cups to India, has a great farm house in Ranchi, Dhoni is living in this farm house with his family these days. The name of this farm house of Dhoni is ‘Kailashpati’. Dhoni’s farm house in Ranchi is spread over seven acres.
Luxury Farm House in Ranchi
This farm house of MS Dhoni has facilities like swimming pool to indoor stadium and gym. Let us tell you that after the postponement of IPL 2021, Dhoni is spending more and more time with his family these days. IPL 2021 was postponed indefinitely due to rising cases of corona virus. The remaining 31 matches of the tournament will be played in the UAE in September-October.
Dhoni gave many historic moments to the Indian team
Mahendra Singh Dhoni took over the captaincy of the Indian team in the year 2008. When Dhoni took over the captaincy of the team, he had many challenges. Like giving opportunities to the youth and building a team for the future. Facing all those challenges, Dhoni gave many historic moments to the Indian team. India tasted the feat of becoming number one in the Test for the first time under Dhoni’s captaincy.
Captured all three ICC titles
Under Dhoni’s captaincy, India has won the ICC World T20 (2007), Cricket World Cup (2011) and ICC Champions Trophy (2013). Apart from this, India became number one in Tests for the first time in 2009. In December 2014, Dhoni announced his sudden retirement from Test cricket. Dhoni said goodbye to the ODI and T20 captaincy in the same style at the beginning of 2017, for which he is known. Mahendra Singh Dhoni had said goodbye to international cricket on 15 August last year.