VIRAL: Ziva Dhoni's Response To MS Dhoni Asking Her 'how Are You' In Six Different Languages Is Sure To Leave You Stumped

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A viral video is making rounds, which Dhoni himself has shared on Twitter, in which the CSK skipper can be seen asking questions from Ziva in six different languages

Written By Narayan R | Mumbai | Updated On:

It is no strange fact that MS Dhoni loves spending time with his daughter Ziva Dhoni. The former Indian skipper, no matter how busy his cricketing schedule is, manages to make out time to play with his younger one.

He did something similar following Chennai Super Kings' (CSK) win over Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) in the opening fixture of the Indian Premier League (IPL) 2019 season.

A viral video is making rounds, which Dhoni himself has shared on Twitter, in which the CSK skipper can be seen asking questions from Ziva in six different languages, and the younger Dhoni responding to each one of them in the correct manner like a pro.

The video begins with MSD asking Ziva 'how are you' in Tamil, and the younger Dhoni giving him an answer in the same language. Impressed by his daughter's trait, Dhoni then goes on to ask the same question in five different languages. But Ziva showed him who's the boss with her accurate answers on each occasion.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

A post shared by M S Dhoni (@mahi7781) on

This video was also posted on social media website by CSK, who gave an apt caption for it.

As for the cricketing action, Dhoni and his team made a brilliant start in its title defence in the first fixture of the Indian Premier League 2019 season. They beat Virat Kohli's RCB by seven wickets in an one-sided match.

Following his side's win, Dhoni, who surely would have been in a jubilant mood, took some time off from celebrating the win with his teammates to have a small talk with a few RCB players.

In a video posted on Twitter by the official Twitter handle of CSK, their skipper could be seen giving a piece of advice to the youngsters on how to bat on wicket like that at Chepauk.

 

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