May 26, 2020
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Video: MS Dhoni gets a new look after returning back from army duty

After 15 days of serving with the army, veteran Indian cricketer Mahendra Singh Dhoni has returned from Jammu and Kashmir. The former Indian captain spent time with the Territorial Army Unit in the terrorist prone area of Awantipora and also went to hoist the flag in Ladakh on the Independence day. Now after returning back form the valley, Dhoni has changed his look. Recently, the former captain has taken a new haircut and with it, he looks more cool than ever.

The 38-year-old was busy with a shoot after returning from army training. During this shoot, Dhoni was seen for the first time with his new look. His hairstylist Sapna Bhavnani has also shared a picture of him during the official photoshoot.


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Sapna has also shared a video of Mahendra Singh Dhoni’s on her Instagram story.


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Pictures of the photo shoot are getting viral on social media.


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Happy Day MSDians ???

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Earlier, MS Dhoni made himself unavailable for the ongoing West Indies tour by announcing that he will join his army battalion. He trained with his parachute regiment in Bengaluru and then headed to Kashmir where he will stayed till 15th August. MS Dhoni guarded and patrolled in the dangerous terrain of South Kashmir’s Awantipora district which is well known for terror activities.In pic: Lieutenant Colonel MS Dhoni polishes shoes in his Army Battalion camp is heartwarming

The unit where Dhoni was deployed had soldiers from different battalions like Rajputana, Gorkha, Sikh, Jatt and Jammu and Kashmir rifles. The unit consisted of 700 army personnels and Dhoni did duty in both day and night in two shifts.

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