MS Dhoni Hilariously Scolded By Wife Sakshi After He Makes A Small Mistake At Home

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MS Dhoni was hilariously scolded by his better half Sakshi recently after he had made a small mistake while parking his bike at their Ranchi residence

Written By Karthik Nair | Mumbai | Updated On:
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MS Dhoni was all set to be back in action during the IPL 2020 tournament opener between Mumbai Indians and Chennai Super Kings at the Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai which was supposed to get underway from March 29. However, it has been postponed to April 15 due to the outbreak of the COVID-19 (Coronavirus). Meanwhile, Dhoni and his CSK team-mates had no choice but to return home after their team practice sessions were also affected due to the pandemic. However, despite being at home, MSD is still managing to make his presence felt on social media. 

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Sakshi Dhoni hilariously scolds Mahi

Mahendra Singh Dhoni is known to be an avid biker but then he ended up making a small mistake for which he was scolded by his better-half Dhoni in a hilarious manner. It had so happened that Mahi had parked his stylish bike in the middle of their Ranchi residence's driveway instead of having parked it in the garage but Sakshi made sure that the former Indian skipper did not get away with it. She posted this picture on her Instagram story and had requested the 2011 World Cup-winning skipper to park his bike where it was meant to be parked.

The video was posted by a fan on social media. Take a look.

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