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Watch: MS Dhoni enjoys vacation with family at -3 ℃ in snowy Mussoorie

Former Indian Captain and World Cup winner MS Dhoni is enjoying his vacation with his family in snowy hills of Mussoorie, Uttarakhand. In a recent video posted on his Instagram page, Dhoni and his family can be seen experiencing the first snowfall of the year. 

From building snowmen with his daughter Ziva, clearing snow with his wife and hiking the cold hills, MS Dhoni is making the most of his time away from international cricket. Here is a look at MS Dhoni’s vacation.

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Holiday mode ! ❄️

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Just 2 days ago, Dhoni had posted another video of Ziva, wherein she was seen singing ‘Equestria, the Land I Love’ while playing the guitar. 

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Snow brings the best out of her @ziva_singh_dhoni

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MSD has not played since India’s heartbreaking semi-final exit against New Zealand in the 2019 ICC Cricket World Cup. MSD made himself unavailable for selection against the West Indies, as he trained with the Territorial Army- 106 TA Battalion (Para) in Jammu and Kashmir. 

Dhoni was spotted training in Ranchi just before the West Indies series in December, fuelling rumours of a comeback. However, Dhoni denied the rumours saying he needs to be left alone till the new year.

Dhoni has continued to remain unavailable for selection. He has also missed the home series against South Africa and Bangladesh. Furthermore, he still remains out of the squad against Sri Lanka and Australia. Meanwhile, the BCCI is looking at the future as they continue to give youngsters like Rishabh Pant a chance.

While there has been a lot of speculation over when the wicket-keeper batsman will retire; for now it seems that MSD is living and loving the quiet family life. 

Manan Dharamshi
I usually describe myself with three 'F's, i.e, Food, Football and Films. Born and Brought up in Bangalore since the mid-1990s, I have always had a huge interest in playing football, cricket and watching other sports. People who know me always tell I bleed football. Sports, and Football, in particular, has helped me through hard times and helped me to shape my view on the world. And that is one of the reasons why I want to serve as a Sports Journalist.

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