M Dhoni’s real name is Mahendra Singh Dhoni who was born on July 7, 1981, in Ranchi, Bihar. He is the former Indian Cricket Team captain who not only changed the shape of Indian Cricket but also leads India to win 2011 World Cup after 22 years when his team was struggling against Sri Lanka. Ms Dhoni biopic movie “MS Dhoni the untold story” has clearly defined his struggle in life and the way he lost his first crush. Dhoni is the best player in limited overs, great Wasim Akram says “I would hesitate to bowl Dhoni” as he is the best player to play “Yorker” which is the main strength of any fast blower at the end of limited overs game.
Today world knows MS Dohni as “Mr. Cool” & “Mr. Reliable” due to his silent personality, top legends like great Sachin Tendulkar, Waseem Akram, Imran Khan, Ricky Ponting, M. Clark, B. Lara, and others believe that it is quite hard to judge MS Dhoni what he is thinking during a match and what he is planning, that’s his strength, you never know what he is planning to do?. Mr. Reliable is so famous that Indians believe that he is the man if standing on a pitch can change the face of the game. Dhoni said he is cool because he has beard patience after losing his first love.
[infobox color=”#AB390B”]Ms Dhoni Height[/infobox][box bg_color=”#98C4DD”]
|Height (ft): 5ft 10 Inches|
|Height (m): 1.78 m|
|Height (cm): 178 cm|
He captained India from 2007 to 2016 in ODI’s and in test cricket from 2008 to 2014. He is the right-handed wicket-keeper batsman who is known as the “Best Finisher” of all times. He also invented famous “Helicopter Shot” on an International level which he learned from his late friend Santosh Lal. He played his first ODI against Bangladesh in December 2004 and first test against Sri Lanka.
There are so many awards that MS Dhoni received till to date few of them are stated as under.
- Recipient of the ICC ODI Player of the Year 2008 & 2009 (First player to win twice and consecutive ICC Awards)
- Received Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratna in 2007,
- Padma Shri in 2009
- Padma Bhushan 2018
- Honorary rank of Lieutenant Colonel in Indian Army, second Indian to receive this honor