Former India skipper MS Dhoni is a humble and a private man, unlike others who are extremely active on social media. Dhoni being the reserve family man he is, is not all that active on Instagram or Twitter. But, recently Dhoni took to Instagram and shared a video featuring his daughter Ziva. In the video, Dhoni is seen playing the perfect father who is teaching his daughter several Indian languages. Dhoni says ‘How are you’ in eight different Indian languages which Ziva repeats. It is extremely adorable and could set socialsphere on fire.Also Read - IPL 2021 Chennai Super Kings vs Mumbai Indians Match Preview Video: Probable Playing 11s, Dubai Weather, Pitch Report

Here is the candid father-daughter moment which is pure gold. Also Read - Faf du Plessis Injury Update: Will CSK Opener Play IPL 2021 Match vs Mumbai Indians? CEO Answers

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This is not the first time that the father-daughter duo is giving major goals. The little munchkin Ziva was also spotted at the Chepauk Stadium in the oping night of the IPL. Ziva was at the Chepauk with mother Sakshi Dhoni.

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Meanwhile, Dhoni would be on a high after a romping victory over Royal Challengers Bangalore in the opening night of the ongoing IPL. The much-hyped match eventually turned out to be a cakewalk for defending champions CSK, who won the match by nine wickets.

“80, 90, 100 is really low-scoring and if you have geniune spinners in your line-up you can create a lot of trouble. We need to score runs as well, ours is a batting attack where batsmen like to play their shots and you can’t control the toss which means that we might have to bowl first in matches as well,” Dhoni said after the match.

“Other teams have good spinners as well and this isn’t the pitch we are looking forward to,” the CSK skipper concluded.