Has emerged, know the truth of the image
On social media, the image of Mahendra Singh Dhoni (MS Dhoni) and his ex-girlfriend Priyanka Jha is spreading. However, it has been discovered that the photo is of Doni and his wife Sakshi.
In the name of Dhoni’s late girlfriend Priyanka Jhal, the image spread
There was a car accident and Priyanka died
In the viral image, Sakshi is referred to as Priyanka Jha
New Delhi: Former India captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni is 40 years old today. After retiring from world cricket, Dhoni spends most of his time with his wife Sakshi and daughter Ziva. Although the most famous cricket player in India has lost an important part of his life, it is also mentioned in his biopic ‘MS Dhoni The Untold Story’. , but the future separates the two.
The picture of Doni and Priyanka Jha spread!
Before Sakshi, there was Priyanka Jha in Dhoni’s life. Dhoni loved her very much and wanted to marry her, but unfortunately Priyanka died in a car accident. Very few people know about Priyanka Jha. Dhoni has never been mentioned in the media. Although the photo is circulating on social media, the girl with Dhoni in the photo is believed to be Priyanka Jha.
viral image truth
Let us tell you that the most popular image on social media is not Priyanka Jha’s but Sakshi Dhoni’s. This is a very old picture of him. There is another photo of her from this holiday, where Doni and Sakshi are seen together.
Doni got a lot of name in cricket
It is shown in ‘MS Dhoni The Untold Story’ that Dhoni was broken after the death of Priyanka Jha. But the player did not let this be his weakness and gained a big name in cricket and made India win the World Cup.
Born July 7, 1981, Dhoni set many records in his 15-year career. Under Dhoni’s captain, India has won the ICC World T20 (2007), Cricket World Cup (2011) and ICC Champions Trophy (2013). Despite this, India came out on top in the first round of tests in 2009.
Mahi has severely crippled players in world cricket, 192 times. He holds the record for 38 beats in Tests, 120 ODIs and 34 T20s.