MS Dhoni & family enjoy 'tenu suit suit karda' LIVE by Guru Randhawa on Diwali - Watch Video

Ahead of the first ODI against New Zeland, Mahendra Singh Dhoni found the best way to spend time with his near and dear ones.

Mahendra Singh Dhoni had a musical Diwali night which most of his fans are unaware. While the residents of Ranchi were busy in bursting crackers, Dhoni celebrated the festival of lights in a unique way. MS Dhoni and his wife Sakshi reportedly invited Punjabi pop singer Guru Randhawa at their residence were other friends and relatives were also present.

Ahead of the first ODI against New Zeland, Dhoni found a better way to spend time with his near and dear ones. A video was later shared on an Instagram handle by the name  cricket_slays_ in which Guru Randhawa could be seen singing his famous number ‘Tenu Suit Suit Karda’ while Sakshi, MS Dhoni, and other friends were sitting around him enjoying the song.

Here’s the video:

In the same handle, a picture was also shared where Dhoni could be seen posing with Randhawa and two others.

Earlier in the daytime on Diwali, Dhoni was spotted offering prayers at the famous Deori temple in his hometown Ranchi.

Before Diwali, the Indian cricket team played Australia in a 5-match ODI and 3-match T20I series. India won the ODI series by 4-1 while drew the T20I series by 1-1. And after a long schedule, Dhoni chose the best way to chill himself ahead of the New Zealand series.

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