Watch: Dhoni learns dance steps from Ziva
Former India captain MS Dhoni is enjoying his time with his family and at the same time is honing new skills. The Indian wicket-keeper tried learning some dance steps and his guide was his cute daughter Ziva. Dhoni has uploaded a video clip of this dance session on social media and it has gone viral in no time.
Dhoni learning dance from daughter Ziva
Dhoni is not part of India’s T20I and Test teams and hence has got some time ahead of the ODI series against Australia. The right-hand batsman is utilising this time to engage with his family and especially his litter daughter Ziva.
In the latest video uploaded by MSD on Instagram, the Indian wicket-keeper is seen dancing with Ziva. Ziva is teaching her father some dance steps and as a good student MSD is following Ziva’s instructions accordingly.
Watch Ziva take Dhoni’s dance class
The dance training session between the father and the daughter has gone viral on the internet and fans are loving Ziva’s and Dhoni’s cute dancing moves.
You can watch this video here-
Recently, the former India captain had posted a video along with Ziva in which both of them are conversing in two languages.
This video too was loved by the fans and now the Indian cricketer has uploaded a video in which he is learning dance from his daughter.
It is evident from these videos that the captain cool is really enjoying his rest period and is utilising it to engage with his family.
Fleming backs Dhoni for 2019 world-cup
Meanwhile Stephen Fleming who is the coach of Chennai Super Kings, the franchise MS leads in IPL, has highlighted Dhoni’s importance for Team India for the 2019 world cup.
He has said that India have enough options within their squad to include MSD for the 2019 world cup because his strength is immeasurable. He noted that watching him in the last IPL, his batting was as good as it has been.
The right-hand batsman was dropped from India’s T20I squad which raised questions over his future but Indian selectors have made it clear that Dhoni is India’s primary wicket-keeper for the 2019 world cup.