Away from all the limelight and action around the much-hyped India’s tour of Australia, Mahendra Singh Dhoni is quietly enjoying some ‘family time’ with her daughter Ziva and wife Sakshi. 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. Also Read - Irfan Pathan, Ashish Nehra on Saliva Ban Debate After Southampton Test: James Anderson Looked Half The Bowler

In his latest Instagram post, the 37-year old Dhoni once again gave some serious goals to all the parents in the world with a cute video along with Ziva. In the post, he wrote, “Ziva’s bugs bunny @zivasinghdhoni006” – Also Read - Graeme Smith Backs Sourav Ganguly For ICC President's Role, Hails Former India Captain Ability as Leader And Administrator

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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.

Indian cricketers Hardik Pandya and Robin Uthappa were also in attendance at the party. Ziva was once again the star attraction of the party which was hosted by Sakshi and Dhoni.

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.