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Indian Cricket Star Mahendra Singh Dhoni
Mahebdra Singh Dhoni is one of the best cricket player India has ever produced. He is the only Indian captain who won the T20 and One day international world cups for India. He is the second captain to win the world cup after Kapil Dev. Kapil Dev's team won the world cup in 1983, Dhoni's team won the world cup in 2011.
This Indian star born in Ranchi, Jharkhand. He has a sister (Jayanti) and a brother (Narendra). He likes bikes, as like his favorite film star John Abraham. In cricket, Adam Gilchrist and Sachin Tendulkar are his idols. In film industry, he likes Amitabh Bachchan and singer Lata Mangeshkar. He married his long time friend Sakshi. Actress Bipasha Basu and few big names attended the marriage function.
At the beginning of his international career, he was famous not only for his batting and keeping skills, but for his long hair style too. Even former president of Pakistan Pervez musharraf talked about Dhoni's hair style.He shortened his hair after some time, because he wanted to look like his favorite actor John Abraham.
At the start of his one day international career, he was an attacking player. He won quite a few matches for India with his attacking style. soon after coming captain, he changed his style and mixed caution with aggression. Till now, his average is excellent in all formats. He is also a decent wicket - keeper.
Dhoni scored 3242 runs in test matches. He also scored 6497 runs in one day internationals. In T20 format, he is a preferred player. His calm mind helped the Indian team many times. He managed to win two IPL tittle and Champions league tittle for chennai super kings.
Dhoni has received many awards. In 2008 and 2009 he won the ICC Player of the year award. In 2009, he won Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratna award and the Padma Shri.
Dhoni Lifts His Bat
NOV 6, 2011 : India playing against West Indies. MS Dhoni playing his 62nd test match. He stated that the search for world number one starts now.
Dhoni reached 200th dismissal in test matches as a wicket-keeper.