KXIP co-owner Preity Zinta pens candy notice for MS Dhoni after CSK skipper retires from worldwide cricket

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KXIP co-owner Preity Zinta pens candy notice for MS Dhoni & 

Bollywood actress Preity Zinta, who co-owns the Indian Premier League franchise Kings XI Punjab (KXIP) has congratulated Chennai Super Kings (CSK) celebrity and former Team India skipper MS Dhoni on an unimaginable worldwide profession. Widely considered probably the greatest finishers in cricket, Dhoni formally introduced that he has retired from worldwide cricket on Saturday. Soon after Dhoni made the surprising retirement announcement on Independence Day, a number of B-town celebrities paid wealthy tributes to the legendary cricketer. 

Actress Preity additionally penned a candy notice to thank Dhoni for ‘all of the unimaginable reminiscences’. The Bollywood actress additionally shared a throwback picture with Dhoni on social media. Arguably probably the greatest captains Team India has ever seen, Dhoni can be recognized for his signature helicopter shot which the ace cricketer typically makes use of to take premier bowlers to the cleaners. 

In his heartfelt tribute to the legendary cricketer, Preity gave Dhoni’s trademark shot an honourable point out because the Kal Ho Na Ho actress paid tribute to the Ranchi stalwart on Instagram. “The Helicopter has landed however the journey will probably be unforgettable. Thank you @mahi7781 for all of the unimaginable reminiscences You are and at all times would be the coolest one. Wish you all one of the best in life #Captaincool #Legend #India’sfinest #ting,” Preity captioned his post on the picture and video sharing platform. 

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A day after Dhoni introduced that he has bid farewell to worldwide cricket, Bollywood celebs together with the likes of Arjun Kapoor, Ranveer Singh, Abhishek Bachchan, Anushka Sharma, Anupam Kher, and several other others thanked the two-time World Cup winner for all of the fond reminiscences. Talking about Dhoni’s legacy within the worldwide area, the previous Team India cricketer is the one captain within the historical past of the gents’s sport to have received a World T20 (2007), World Cup (2011) and Champions Trophy in 2013. 

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