Former Indian cricketer MS Dhoni and his daughter Ziva keep teasing their fans with their adorable videos. The father-daughter duo is undoubtedly the cutest thing on the internet and fans can’t get enough of it. Now, Dhoni has shared another video, where he along with Ziva is seen grooving to ‘Better When I’m Dancing’ song. In the video, Dhoni is trying to copy Ziva’s step and it will definitely make you go aww.
Sharing the video, Dhoni captioned it as, “Even better when we are dancing @zivasinghdhoni006.”
Meanwhile, this is not the first time the daddy-daughter duo is winning hearts on the internet. Earlier, Dhoni has shared a video where they both were seen conversing in Tamil and Bhojpuri. In the video, Ziva asks daddy Dhoni ‘Kaisan ba’ which means how is he and that is when Dhoni replies ‘Thikken ba’ which means he is good.
A few days ago, we had seen Dhoni and Ziva share besan ka ladoo and also play bugs bunny.
Apart from performing his duties with unmatched zeal and responsibility on the cricket field, Dhoni also aces perfectly while donning the ‘father’s hat’ for her cute little one – Ziva. Time and again, the former Indian skipper has proved his fondness and love for the daughter with some adorable social media posts and messages.
Watch the video here:
Earlier, Dhoni’s wife – Sakshi has openly thanked India cricketer – Robin Uthappa for bringing her and Dhoni together. Dhoni and Sakshi had tied the knot in 2010 and have a three-year-old daughter named Ziva. Sakshi recently celebrated her 30th birthday with family and some close friends in Mumbai.
On the professional front, Dhoni is presently on an international break after he was left out of the Twenty20 squad for a three-match series in Australia. 2018 has not been a great year for Dhoni in international cricket individually since his arrival on the big stage. In 19 matches this year, Dhoni managed to score only 275 runs. With the 2019 ICC World Cup a few months away, Dhoni’s form with the bat is the biggest cause for concern for the Virat Kohli-led Team India.