Images & Trailer from M.S. Dhoni (updated)

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66 Responses to “Images & Trailer from M.S. Dhoni (updated)”

  1. This films seems deeply uninteresting, for the same reason biographies of sports figures (much less autobiographies!) all too often are! Add to this the fact that Indian filmmakers are horrible at biopics (even worse than the already bad Americans) and my interest couldn’t sink lower…


    • I quite liked Bhaag Milkha Bhaag…emotionally overwrought perhaps, but wonderfully evocative and nicely presented.


      • I must say that, while I remain suspicious of biopics, the second, longer teaser (I saw this when I went to see Kapoor & Sons), with its shots of Kharagpur railway station and in general that government employee-colony/small town feel, reeled me in. I’ve always been a sucker for this sort of thing…


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  3. Harsha Bhogle ‏@bhogleharsha 10m10 minutes ago
    The legend of Dhoni just grew!

    Sir Ravindra Jadeja ‏@SirJadeja 12m12 minutes ago
    And That’s Why We Say, DHONI IS GOD! #INDvsBAN #BANvsIND #DilSay

    Sir Ravindra Jadeja ‏@SirJadeja 6m6 minutes ago
    Dhoni Removed Gloves On 19.5 Over To Make Sure He Can Aim At Stumps In Case Of Any Run-Out Chances.DHONI IS GOD

    Sushant S Rajput ‏@itsSSR 11m11 minutes ago
    Ladies and gentlemen ….this is how We play Cricket..!!Congratulations Team India, skipper we love you #IndvsBan

    Shah Rukh KhanVerified account
    YES YES YES.!!! Thank you India my poor heart was in my lap!!! Uff don’t keep it this close next time please.

    Sanjeev KapoorVerified account ‏@SanjeevKapoor 3m3 minutes ago
    We woooooooon!!!!!! Congratulations Dhoni & our men in blue. What an amazing over by Pandya!

    Harsh GoenkaVerified account ‏@hvgoenka 6m6 minutes ago
    After Lagaan, seen such a well contested cricket match. Happy ending in both cases. Heart was going dhak-dhak. #INDvsBAN

    Awara Admi ‏@imranhunzai 1m1 minute ago
    MS Dhoni deserves a PhD degree in cricket!


    • This was one scorcher of a match. Its been seasons since we have had such close finishes…Whatever one might think of Dhoni, his presence of mind TILL the last ball, the last second are what separate him from the others. It requires a damn successful marriage of thick-skin and application of mind and he just epitomizes it. iI would have literally puked myself out of mind-games had I been in a similar situation. He might win or he might lose, but rarely does he give a chance for the spectators or the commentators that he just didn’t try…

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    • That statement of dean jones was for Rahul Dravid. They have modified it here for msd.


      • In t20, any of the top 4-5 teams can own anybody on the day.
        Even nz& England have some t20 quality though WI are Gail-centric.
        Even root, buttler, Roy, Morgan aren’t bad batters on their day.

        The effective final will be the qf on sun between the top 2 pedigreed teams in the world– aus v ind

        the impact of a player in a team is visible & discernible even when not performing well.
        Dhoni is a legend and will the game tomorrow be his last t20 wc game ?

        Btw not many noticed but the way dhoni ended his test career (against Australia) was imo
        Silently epic


  4. Watch only selective stuff nowadays.
    Hoping to catch today’s match aus v ind due to some of the reasons enumerated above…


    • When I blamed Anushka sharma for milking & killing virat kohli in the last World Cup, i was attacked

      This t20 wc showed what an unhinged kohli can do

      A MASTERCLASS by virat kohli
      Kohli the best batsman in world cricket currently
      Kohli/dhoni:Possibly two of the best chasers in history …


      • “Kohli the best batsman in world cricket currently”

        can’t put him ahead of De Villiers.


      • agree on the chasers bit though… or certainly they’re among the greater chasers.


        • Dhonis changes and handling from behind the wicket in t20 doesn’t get enough credit

          He uses some bowlers like jadeja are TESTERS of the pitch, bounce and turn

          De veliiers is more talented with much better hand eye coordination and bat speed etc

          The difference between kohli and others like de villiers is that

          Kohli plays true cricketing shots
          Minimises lofted shots
          And is learning from errors

          Tendulkar is still a mountain to climb though given the sheer longevity. Kohli has to maintain at near this level for a decade to match Tendulkar but in terms of

          Chasing and winning targets kohli has already trumped 10dulkar

          Ps: also I feel pre/perimatch sexual activity of players should be banned. That’s where kohli suffered in the last wc.. It’s a fact!


          • Kohli though has struggled quite a bit with form since the last WC though it’s punctuated with such big moments.

            Secondly no one one in world think De Villiers doesn’t play true cricketing shots. He’s widely considered the greatest cricketer of this generation.


          • Legends and great teams peak at the right time

            And are big match players

            That’s where South Africa (otherwise not inferior to india or Australia) suffer

            Unlike devilliers-
            Kohli is a big match player …

            As for T20–it’s like betting

            Any team can rape any team on its day

            Ps: though imo Australia is still worlds best team currently

            But the two quality teams played today and the “final” results out for me…

            Games like Bangladesh /wi/nz are ok (but not the real stuff)


          • “of players should be banned. That’s where kohli suffered in the last wc.. It’s a fact!”
            Quite like a true srkian imposing sharia law ?
            It is their personal life to have sex any number of times pre or post or in between of innings. It is no one’s business. Selectors can pick better cricketer if they find better performer.


          • “Even root, buttler, Roy, Morgan aren’t bad batters on their day.”
            Apparently my words have proven correct
            England trump the undefeated NZ…

            The other “tip” I have is that not every spinning track is the same
            Here u need a FLATTER TRAJECTORY to get the “grip”

            Am I looking at an eng-ind finals at Eden gdns?…


          • Missed today’s match
            Trying not to read or find the result
            Maybe the last match of dhoni in world t20.., lets see


          • Couldn’t watch the ind wi match at all, sorry.
            But the score line proves what was mentioned earlier
            In t20 any team can own any other on its day
            The same wi were trumped by Afghanistan the other day.

            All the really good teams can do in t20 is to minimise the “accidents”–can’t totally avoid em

            The best cricket team in world cricket remains Australia by far,,
            Followed by india …

            Hope England win…


          • IPL has led to the improvement of t20 in other countries
            And the subcontinental pitches in t20 aren’t alien for them anymore
            That explains the improved showing of Simmonds, butler, etc

            As for dhoni–

            His encounter with the Aussie scribe after the loss to wi proves hes a REAL star, a REAL man
            But even dhoni is in denial. He’s now trying to escalate the reality

            contrary to what dhoni and many want to happen

            Dhoni will stay play international cricket for a while
            Maybe even as captain
            He will play IPL

            It’s disappointing but life doesn’t run on the basis of “disappointments”

            as I pointed out earlier

            Dhoni won’t lift another t20 World Cup

            This was dhonis LAST appearance in a world t20 match and definitely his last world t20 match as indias captain.

            the beginning of the end of an era.



      • Feel happy for Kohli and Dhoni. Defeating BD might have been a fluke but Australia?


  5. Smith had earlier been dismissed in controversial circumstances when Dhoni appealed wildly for a catch and umpire Marais Erasmus was adequately convinced that the Australian captain had nicked Yuvraj.

    It was a wicket that took the wind out of Australia’s sails but despite believing he didn’t hit it – and replays appearing to support his view – Smith would not use it as an excuse.

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    Retiring Australian all-rounder Shane Watson has shed light on how his team’s efforts to unsettle Indian batting mainstay Virat Kohli have gone in vain till now.

    Virat Kohli’s magnificent 82 not out from 51 balls helped India overhaul Australia’s 160 with five balls to spare, on Sunday, sending the hosts into the semi-finals as Group 2 runners-up and Steven Smith’s men home.

    – Smith doffs hat to Kohli, refrains from making Tendulkar comparison

    Watson said that they have tried various techniques to break Kohli’s concentration on the field but nothing has really worked out.

    “We’ve tried a few different things. It hasn’t really worked. The silent treatment, we thought might work but he (Kohli) still just goes about his business and is able to churn out the runs. And we’ve also gone fairly hard at him as well, at times,” Watson was quoted as saying by

    “He knows his game incredibly well and whichever way we go we’re just going to have to be at our best to try and get him out early. Because once he gets in he certainly knows how to put pressure on bowlers,” the veteran all-rounder added.

    Kohli, who has emerged as the leading batsman in the world, has been a thorn for the Australians in the recent times, and he repeated the treatment with flamboyance, taking India across the finish line, in Mohali on Sunday.



  6. Anyone can beat anyone in T20 on their day – and the players who are quick to dismantle or ‘unlearn’ cricketing shots stand a better chance compared to players who depend more on traditional cricketing shots. Of course, players like Virat have the amazing capability to keep bringing in proper cricketing shots into this game. And that’s what makes players like Virat special since they bring some respectability into what’s essentially ‘gully’ cricket.

    It didn’t help that our inexperienced bowlers kept bowling full-length on a pitch so easily playable. The NO-BALLS were really weird.

    I have scant respect for this form of cricket so I am not as heart-broken as I was in the 2015 semi-final against Australia. That was painful, really painful especially considering the fact that all that stood between India and the cup was the performance on that one day.

    We have never been and we will never be a bowling nation I guess. But there’s a limit to the number of runs one can score and the extent of dependency one can have on batsmen alone. Somewhere folks have to start thinking of incorporating the ‘culture’ of fast-bowling in India..


  7. —– I don’t think professionally Harsha has lost anything by not being a part of this Indian Prostitution league; but yes, he has lost a fat pay-check for sure..

    And as is the wont, even the likes of the fantastic Prem Panicker haven’t spared Amitabh for his innocuous tweet. If Amitabh’s tweet is going to be the ‘performance indicator’ of commentators or players, it reflects on the mentality/lack of basic intelligence and accountability of the board and not the tweet by Amitabh [I completely DISAGREE with his tweet but that’s another issue]—-

    To return to the swirl of rumours, there is a third one doing the rounds which, if true, is the most disturbing: That players had complained to the Board about commentators who criticised them.

    Firstly, it is ironic to think that any player, however thin-skinned, could take exception at Harsha’s ‘criticism’. His trademark, as I constantly crib, is circumlocution.

    When he criticises, which is rarely, he camouflages it with so many caveats and presents it in such roundabout fashion that you are never sure whether he just critiqued a player or proposed marriage to him.

    But the worrying aspect of this last, persistent, rumour is what it indicates about the new breed of player. The previous generation — Sourav Ganguly, Rahul Dravid, Sachin Tendulkar, Anil Kumble, Javagal Srinath and others — were apt to be touchy at times.

    There were times when they disagreed vehemently with what you wrote or said about their play. But equally, by their behaviour they put the ‘gentleman’ in the sport of gentlemen. When they disagreed, they reached out to you privately; they argued their point of view and contested yours.

    They could, and often did, emphatically suggest you were ill-informed, but they always conceded to you the right to call it as you saw it.

    If it is true their successors are a bunch of whiny schoolboys complaining to mom about how their teacher gave them bad marks (the unnamed BCCI official cited earlier also says the Board took inputs from the players), it says something about the new generation that is to its lasting discredit.


    • I felt bad for Harsha Bhogle.


    • Amitabh’s tweet was retweeted by MSD.


      • It is silly to expect commentators to behave like fans while doing commentary. Just coz commentator is Indian doesn’t mean he’ll gloat like a fanatic and support Indian team. Also, Harsha Bhogle has been doing this for decades, you can ignore small comments here and there. Also, if you are not blinded its obvious to everyone that Indian’s got lucky and won the match and Bangladesh were stupid to loose it and its good to appreciate a smaller team like Bangladesh in such close fight. I don’t see any wrong in Harsha’s commentary. If it was Australia, he wouldn’t have supported the same.

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        • charan raj Says:

          This all was started by Bachchan and then M.S Dhoni also jumped into the wagon later. The match was aired on Star and was viewed internationally.So, how come they expected the commentrator to behave like a fanatic of Indian team? This really is ridiculous.


          • **This all was started by Bachchan and then M.S Dhoni also jumped into the wagon later. **

            Of course, it was. But what’s your ‘intelligent view’? Is Amitabh at fault or the board? Who’s? Asking your opinion since you are a brilliant and unbiased ‘anal-eyzer’ of things..


  8. When there is real Dhoni who looks so good and young, who will accept Sushant as Dhoni?


  9. Superb trailer ! goosebumps overloaded !!!

    Here is The Man Himself !

    Mahendra Singh Dhoni ‏@msdhoni 29m29 minutes ago
    As I walked the path, the journey became my life. Here’s a glimpse of it.

    Fukkard ‏@Fukkard 30m30 minutes ago
    Goosebumps is a small word 🙏🙏🙏
    Love you MSD #MSDhoniTrailer


  10. tonymontana Says:

    a very good trailer indeed


  11. Sushant nailed it as Dhoni. The trailer is promising.


  12. The trailer of MS is more entertaining and interesting than the very poor filum- Azhar .
    Except for Kulbhushan Kharbanda and to some extent Hahsmi everyone else jut hammed ( including the lawyer friend).
    total time waste movie , Azhar !!


  13. Trade Analyst, Owner of R.j Films
    rohit jaiswal ‏@rohitjswl01 7h7 hours ago
    Mene pehle kaha hai.. Fir kehta hu… #MSDhoniTheUntoldStory ka opening 17+ hoga.. Yani 17 se uper jaega ussey neeche nahi.. @itsSSR

    rohit jaiswal ‏@rohitjswl01 10h10 hours ago
    #MSDhoni house booking in full swing now.. Aprx 150 scrns will be booked in Bengal… @itsSSR @msdhoni

    Here’s what fascinates MS Dhoni: The Untold Story director Neeraj Pandey!

    Neeraj Pandey is synonymous with insightful and gripping stories. The ace filmmaker has delivered exceptional cinema. He started his directorial journey with the path-breaking film A Wednesday (2008) for which he also won a National Film Award.

    Thereafter, the director, producer and screenwriter Neeraj Pandey has gone on to deliver exemplary movies like his recently released hit Rustom. Neeraj’s choices of films like Special 26, Rustom and now M.S. Dhoni : The Untold Story, clearly reflect his fascination for real life stories.

    He is drawn to scripts which are an inspiration from real life incidents and has always helmed films which are rooted to reality. Special 26, Rustom, and now M.S. Dhoni :The Untold Story, have all been leaflets taken from real life.

    He says, “I like my stories to be rooted in reality. I love the fact that I’m talking about something that concerns you, me, or a person sitting outside my office. I like it when my stories can show something that has resonance in our lives. I feel comfortable with them, and also I feel they (the stories) need to be talked about.”


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  15. Goosebumps…..!

    awesome inspirational song. Just Superb…..


  16. Rocky let me compliment you that you are in company of good tastes and attitude!

    This is indeed first day first show kind of monster if done well & hope Neeraj Pandey has put in sufficient masala moments. Domestically this may turn out to be huge due to mammoth following !

    Sushant has got the body language well and wish had a stronger voice – job security ke chakkar mein hum aage……

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  17. Just hoping the film’s length is fully justified !

    Dhoni biopic is 3 hours 10 mins long

    The eagerly awaited biopic Dhoni: The Untold Story, just got bigger… at least in size. It now comes to light that the film is 3 hours 10 minutes in length.

    It was shown to the Censor Board Of Film Certification (CBFC) this week, and, the film was unanimously loved by one and all in the Censor Board.

    Says a source close to the film, “The Censor Board wouldn’t touch a single shot. They said every moment in Dhoni’s story is inspiring and motivational. The film clocks a solid 3 hours and 10 minutes of playing time.”

    Interestingly, the film is split in two unequal halves.

    Says the source, “The interval occurs after 2 hours and 40 minutes of playing-time at a crucial juncture in Dhoni’s saga.”

    Reacting to the CBFC’s clean chit, the film’s director Neeraj Pandey says, “This was only expected.”


    • “Says the source, “The interval occurs after 2 hours and 40 minutes of playing-time at a crucial juncture in Dhoni’s saga.”

      Runtime of 3:10 hrs is fine but this interval never happen at 2:40 and just 30 mins left in 2nd half. Cinemas won’t accept.


  18. MS Dhoni: The Untold Story will get the widest Bollywood release in history

    Vijay Singh, CEO of Fox Star Studios, who are also producers of the biopic, said in a statement: “MS Dhoni: The Untold Story is going to be the widest release for any Indian film in India and internationally. It will also be the widest release for a Hindi film (dubbed) in Tamil and Telugu.”
    However, “given the unprecedented demand for the movie worldwide, and the deadlines to deliver the film in all the languages, the Punjabi and Marathi language release will not happen”, Singh shared.
    “The movie will be the biggest ever release in terms of screen count in India and simultaneously in 60 international countries too, making it the widest (Indian) release worldwide,” he added.
    Arun Pandey, who has produced the Neeraj Pandey directorial under the Inspired Entertainment banner, is happy with the buzz around the movie, which stars Sushant Singh Rajput as the reel Dhoni.

    We are pleased to inform that the film will be the widest ever release for a film in India and worldwide with it releasing in 60 countries. We wanted to release our film in Marathi and Punjabi too. However, given the deadline to make the widest ever release happen in the history of Indian cinema, we are not being able to get the Marathi and the Punjabi versions ready in time.”


  19. ‏@Tutejajoginder 10h10 hours ago
    #MSDhoniTheUntoldStory is seeing very good advance booking. It is open now even in multiplexes, something that only superstar movies enjoy!


    • I’ll stick my neck and say that 1st day on a working Friday.. the collections can touch 18 crores. Certainly over 15 crores which has not been done in this year(I think).


      • I am expecting a biggie too here…Reports are good and advance is good too…Jharkand has made it tax free…South specially Chennai will be huge like a Khan movie as MSD is huge there…In Sathyam chain it is getting the biggest screen too..
        Will be interesting to see the opening here as there is no precursor to such a movie before…Most times biopics release when the person is not active. For the first time a movie about a person you see in action daily is being released. If movie is good or great, it can put humungous numbers


    • The biggest hit in sports oriented biopic has been Bhaag Milkha directed by Rakesh Omprakash Mehra.
      Dhoni directed by Neeraj Pandey who is the leading director in Hindi Cinema and more rooted and better than Mehra, will make three times what Bhaag Milkha made. 300 cr+
      i can sense the excitement all around for the family blockbuster. Now the movie has to just be honest and thrilling enough. It is history in the making.


      • *One of the leading in Hindi cinema.
        In thriller genre probably No 1


      • The Tamil / Telugu version has more prints than any Hindi movie before. It is at par with a regular release.


      • Sushant Singh Rajput’s M S Dhoni: The Untold Story Break Records Of Sultan And Kabali!

        The film will be releasing on September 30 and is set to break many records. Firstly, the film has a maximum number of screen count. M S Dhoni film will be releasing on 4500 screens all over India. It is more than Sultan and Kabali that had 4000 screens. The Ceo of Fox Star Studies, Vijay Singh stated that MS Dhoni: The Untold Story is going to be the widest release for any Indian film in India and internationally. It will also be the widest release for a Hindi film (dubbed) in Tamil and Telugu.

        Secondly, the film will be releasing in all languages, except for Marathi and Punjabi. Now that’s a cherry on the cake. The film will have the audience from different places as they can watch it in their own languages.


  20. Unprecendented – Bookmyshow is giving 50% off to select cinema goers for MSD movie it we watch it before Oct 2.


  21. World Cup triumph gave MS Dhoni’s untold story a new angle: Reliving a special evening at Wankhede
    MS Dhoni, India’s World Cup-winning captain, will be immortalised when a movie on his life hits the screens on September 30.


  22. After MNS banned Pakistan artistes in India, Pakistan is now boycotting the release of Sushant Singh Rajput’s M.S. Dhoni – The Untold Story.

    IMGC Global entertainment, a Pakistan-based distribution company, was supposed to release the film, but its chairman Ahmed Rashid told a tabloid, “Amid current tension between the two countries, we have decided not to release the film.”

    Rashid also said that Indian films do brisk business across the border and Pakistan is emerging as the third highest overseas market for Bollywood. “But, this development (boycott of Dhoni) will affect the business,” added the insider.

    Not just this, a petition was also filed at the Lahore High Court on September 23, seeking a ban on Indian films until the Kashmir issue is resolved. The PIL filed by lawyer Azhar Saddique claims that exhibiting Bollywood movies in local cinemas will “hurt sentiments of the people in Pakistan and Kashmir”.

    Directed by Neeraj Pandey, M.S. Dhoni – The Untold Story is set to hit the screens on September 30, this year.


  23. ‘M.S. Dhoni: The Untold Story’ film review

    Neeraj Pandey’s biopic on of India’s legendary cricketers brings does a splendid job of bringing alive the Indian middle-class milieu

    Bollywood actor Sushant Singh Rajput knocks it out of the park as the former Indian captain M.S. Dhoni in this eponymous biopic. From the lopsided gait to Dhoni’s self-effacing demeanour, Rajput makes it his business to be convincing as the small-town boy who becomes India’s top cricketing legend and he strikes gold.
    Directed by Neeraj Pandey, who gave us taut thrillers such as A Wednesday and Special 26, this biopic does a splendid job of bringing alive the Indian middle-class milieu.
    Dhoni’s family headed by a conservative father (Anupam Kher) who wants Dhoni to get a stable job instead of pursuing his sports, his simple friends who take reflected pride in Dhoni’s cricketing calibre and his optimistic school coach, all make the first half utterly convincing.
    What’s not to love about an underdog who makes it to the big league? Until the film’s interval, things were moving at a languid but engaging pace. It was refreshing to see a Hindi film which did not shirk from showing how ordinary your life can get if you rein in your ambitions.
    The scenes in which Dhoni and his friends try to race against time and reach the airport for a sports selection round makes you cheer for these lovable underdogs.

    But it’s the second half that lets this biopic down. Ideally, his innings as the captain of the Indian cricket team playing in the world cup should have been explosive. But precious screen time is squandered away in bringing to life the women that entered the former Indian captain’s life.
    Kiara Advani and Disha Patani are charming and cute in their roles, but this vanilla romance feels unnecessary. There’s even a song about Rajput on a bike with glasses romancing his young wife. The picturesque song appeared after we were treated to some lengthy courtship scenes.
    Did we really need to know that aspect of Dhoni’s life?
    Important chapters such as the conflict that this cricketing legend may have faced as a captain when he had to lead his team or the politics that played out when stakes become high in a popular and scandal-ridden sport such as cricket is skimmed through.
    It’s surprising that a bold director such as Pandey chose to focus on Dhoni’s personal life rather than his professional.
    It makes you wonder if he just copped out. Apart from a couple of scenes touching upon Dhoni’s unconventional decisions taken as a captain such as removing a couple of established players from the team, the film doesn’t offer any insight into the interesting episodes on the professional front. We don’t want the dirt, but at least give us the gritty bits.
    But what elevates the patchy screenplay in the second half is Rajput’s charismatic performance. It’s difficult to take your eyes off him. He’s so assured in his role that it’s compelling to see him transform himself from a diffident ticket collector in an Indian railway station to one of the world’s best batsmen and captain. Give this film a shot for Rajput and the sturdy support that the supporting cast gives him.

    While this may not be Pandey’s best Bollywood innings, it’s definitely watchable.


  24. Umair Sandhu ‏@sandhumerry 7h7 hours ago
    Exclusive First Review of #MSDhoniTheUntoldStory from UAE. BLOCKBUSTER ! ☆☆☆☆ ! @itsSSR @ArunPandey99 @Advani_Kiara @DishPatani @AnupamPkher

    Umair Sandhu ‏@sandhumerry 18h18 hours ago
    First Review of #MSDhoniTheUntoldStory from UAE Censor Board Office. Best Biopic ever made in #India. Mindblowing Performances & Story. ☆☆☆☆

    Umair Sandhu ‏@sandhumerry 8h8 hours ago
    #MSDhoniTheUntoldStory took Excellent Opening in #UAE..!! In Dubai & Abu Dhabi, Morning Shows are HOUSEFULL.

    Anupam Kher ‏@AnupamPkher 18h18 hours ago
    Thank you @msdhoni 4 sharing ur inspirational story with us. Thanks #NeerajPandey 4 your courage & brilliance. NEVER make a film without me.

    Anupam Kher ‏@AnupamPkher 18h18 hours ago
    #MSDhoniTheUntoldStory makes you believe in power of hard work. It reaffirms your faith in today’s youth from small towns. #StoryOfIndia 🇮🇳

    Sumit kadel ‏@Sumitrajkadel 22h22 hours ago
    #MSDhoniTheUntoldStory Screens count in india.
    4500 screens (Hindi version)
    500 screens (Dubbed tamil telegu version)
    Total 5000 @itsSSR


  25. M.S.Dhoni -The Untold Story is certainly a must-watch if you’re a fan of Indian cricket. Get to know the man behind the composed, confident, match-finisher of Indian cricket team. A 3.5/5 for this one.

    Sushant Singh Rajput gives his career best performance. He is not only convincing as the player with his body language but also with his amazing batting skills. The actor has clearly put in immense efforts for this role and I’d say they will definitely be paid off as he is set to get noticed for it.

    Anupam Kher does a great job as Pan Singh Dhoni, the father. He emotes brilliantly in the scenes where he is full of pride for his son.


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