All in one frame! MS Dhoni poses with real life and reel life father Anupam Kher -- See Photos

It seems the actor and the cricketer share a good bond and with the former having visited Dhoni's new home

Former Indian captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni’s has certainly gained prominence since the Sri Lanka series. Today, MS Dhoni serves as an integral part of Virat Kohli’s team which already has its eyes on the 2019 cricket World Cup. MS Dhoni has become so popular in India that when the biopic, which essayed the life and times of the cricketer, hit the theatres it roped in more than Rs 200 crore. The film titled MS Dhoni- The Untold Story had Sushant Singh Rajpoot in the lead. The movie, just like the career of the cricketer, was a massive hit. The story of a footballer turned cricketer intrigued the entire nation.

Recently, MS Dhoni was spotted sharing a frame with his reel father – Bollywood veteran Anupam Kher. The picture was even more special because MS Dhoni’s real father was also a part of the click.

Anupam Kher recently shared pictures of an evening spent with Dhoni and his father. Dhoni’s reel and real life fathers sat side by side posing for the picture. Kher wrote on Twitter, “Dear #Sakshi & @msdhoni!! Thank you for your warmth & hospitality. Loved ur new home. Meeting parents is always a blessing. #RanchiDiaries”.

Anupam Kher also tweeted about MS Dhoni’s little daughter Ziva. This is what that tweet read: “#Sakshi & @msdhoni’s daughter #Ziva is a genius & an entertainer. She can really sing loudly, including our #NationalAnthem. God bless her.”

MS Dhoni is set to feature in the T20I series against Australia at home which will start from October 7.

 

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