Mahendra Singh Dhoni, former Indian cricket team skipper has a massive fan base in the country. The people of the country love and adore the cricketer for his game and skills. At most times, Dhoni’s presence leaves fans in frenzy. Like every celebrity out there, fans and well-wishers go crazy and cross lengths to catch a glimpse of the star or cricketer. Something of similar sorts happened in Rajasthan’s Sanchor today. After MS Dhoni made an appearance in Rajasthan on Wednesday, here’s what happened next.
Indian cricketer MS Dhoni was clicked arriving in Sanchor, Rajasthan. A viral video shared on Instagram, from the location raises safety-related questions. The video sees the mob running wild. While the cricketer is not clearly visible in the video, the mob is seen running like crazy in one direction. And, considering the fact that the country is facing the deadly Coronavirus pandemic, most were spotted sans masks. Many in the mob were spotted not wearing face masks by the fans. Fans immediately took to the comments of the post to react. One user wrote, “Logo ko apne jaan se jyda Dhoni ko dekhne ki pdi hai. Kab selfish bnoge re tm lo.” Another user commented, “Corona? mask? fear of death? Where is Dhoni yaar!??” While some fans were worried about the spread of the virus, others wondered where Dhoni was. One fan wrote, “I cannot see him only,” while another questioned, “Kha hai Dhoni”
Take a look at the video below:
Meanwhile, MS Dhoni was in Mumbai recently. The cricketer attended a close friend’s wedding with his wife Sakshi Dhoni. The couple looked adorable as they posed for pictures with friends. The wedding celebrations were also attended by Panga star and Punjabi singer Jassie Gill. Also Read: Virat Kohli Leaves Netizens In Splits With His Gujarati Cameo During Hardik Pandya And Axar Patel’s Interview; Fans Call It ‘Awesome Moment’
Image source: Instagram/MS Dhoni
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