MS Dhoni took to social media to flaunt an image of a tiger that he had clicked during his visit to Kanha Tiger Reserve in central India in January 2020.
MS Dhoni shared a photo of a tiger he clicked on social media (Reuters Photo)
- MS Dhoni took to social media to share the photo of a tiger
- Dhoni said he was able to click a few photos of the tiger at the national park
- MS Dhoni has not played international cricket since World Cup 2019
MS Dhoni seems to be making the best use of his time away from international cricket. From pristine hills to sun-baked forests in the country, the World Cup-winning former captain has been on an envious vacation spree.
On Friday, MS Dhoni shared a stunning photograph of a tiger from Kanha Tiger Reserve in Madhya Pradesh. Dhoni revealed that he spotted the tiger and the Big Cat just gave him enough time to snap some photos.
“When u spot the tiger on ur own and he obliges u with just enough time to click a few pics.Visit to kanha was outstanding (sic),” MS Dhoni wrote on Instagram after flaunting the photograph.
Dhoni along with his family and friends had visited the Kanha Tiger Reserve in January. According to the official website of the Kanha National Park, it was the 1st time MS Dhoni visited the popular national park of central India. He had arrived on a chartered plane that landed on Birsi Airstrip, Baiher.
MS Dhoni, it came to light, was even mobbed by fans as he rode a jeep on the way to Kanha Tiger Reserve. In a viral video, a huge crowd can be seen approaching Dhoni even as the guards try to keep it away.
MS Dhoni has not played international cricket since India’s heartbreaking exit at World Cup 2019 semi-final. He was left out of the BCCI’s annual central contracts list when it was announced earlier this month.
He had trained with the Territorial Army — 106 TA Battalion (Para) in Jammu and Kashmir for 2 weeks after missing the limited-overs series in West Indies right after the World Cup. Dhoni also made himself unavailable for home series against South Africa, Bangladesh, West Indies, Sri Lanka and Australia. He was also not named for the T20I series in New Zealand.