Watch: Fans left shell-shocked as future self of MS Dhoni spotted watching CSK’s IPL 2023 match; watch the video

Despite his impending retirement, MS Dhoni’s popularity among fans continues to grow. Although he retired from international cricket on August 15, 2020, the former India captain remains active as a player in the Indian Premier League as the captain of Chennai Super Kings.


Dhoni is known for his exceptional skills behind the stumps, powerful batting, and strategic captaincy, which have all contributed to his enduring popularity. While videos showcasing his abilities continue to circulate, a new clip has gone viral on social media that does not feature the CSK skipper. Instead, the video centers around an elderly man who bears a striking resemblance to Dhoni.

According to reports, the video that has gone viral on social media was taken during the 41st match of the IPL 2023 season. The match was played between Chennai Super Kings and Punjab Kings at the MA Chidambaram Stadium.


An Instagram user shared the video, jokingly suggesting that the elderly man in the video bore a striking resemblance to what MS Dhoni might look like in the year 2040. The video has since garnered a lot of attention and become popular among cricket fans on various social media platforms.

There has been a lot of speculation about whether the ongoing IPL season will be MS Dhoni’s last. However, in a recent development, his former India and CSK teammate Suresh Raina has shed some light on the subject.


According to Raina, Dhoni had a conversation with him about retirement, and the news is sure to please fans. While the exact details of their conversation have not been disclosed, Raina’s comments have sparked speculation that Dhoni may continue playing cricket for a while longer.

This news has excited fans of the veteran cricketer, who will be eagerly waiting for an official announcement regarding his future plans.

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