Dhoni with his tractor in his farm house

Known for his straightforwardness, former India captain MS Dhoni – who has been away from the game since the 2019 Cricket World Cup – was seen doing some natural cultivating in his farmhouse in Ranchi.

The video surfaced on social space on Saturday and became a web sensation in a split second, by and by demonstrating the ubiquity has not decreased by any means. Dhoni – who has an interest for bicycles was seen driving a tractor with equivalent impact through the homestead.

Here is the video that went viral:

 

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Exclusive Video Of Mahi Bhaiya Enjoying Doing Organic Farming !! ❤

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Toward the finish of the video, Dhoni, in a real to life way says, “Ek Round aur”. Dhoni turns 39 on July 7 and his fans would be eager to wish him as they do each year.

Dhoni was scheduled to make an arrival to cricket in the money-rich Indian Premier League, which has now been delayed inconclusively due to the coronavirus pandemic. Dhoni would lead the CSK side as and when IPL 13 happens, which looks unsure starting at now because of the current situation.

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Indian former cricket team captain MS Dhoni has taken a long break from cricket without any announcement. Dhoni has last seen in semifinals of the world cup 2019 a game where  India lost to New Zealand and exits from world cup tour.

Literally, Mahi’s name hit the media in January when BCCI announced the names of centrally contracted players without Dhoni’s name. After a huge break, Thala Dhoni is expected to make his return in 13th edition of cash-rich Indian Premier League where he leads the Chennai Super Kings(3 times IPL trophy winners).

Mahendra Singh Dhoni owns an enviable collection of cars and bikes. From heavy-duty bikes like Suzuki Hayabusa, Ninja H2, to SUVs like Hummer H2 and the GMC Sierra, Dhoni is a proud owner of several mean machines. However, his latest acquisition is a different one altogether.

Presumably, due to his interest in organic farming, amidst the lockdown, the former India skipper was pictured driving a tractor from Mahindra Swaraj.