Mahendra Singh Dhoni or MS Dhoni is one of the most successful captains for Blue brigade. We all have seen his biopic ‘M.S.Dhoni: The Untold Story,’ that was released recently. The biographical film intricately throws life on the entire ups and downs of this former captain. The film also shows some scenes depicting the first love of former Indian Cricket Team captain MS Dhoni.
In the biopic, Sushant Singh Rajput played the role of Dhoni. The film also had a brief picture of Dhoni’s relationship with his first love and strength Priyanka Jha that didn’t last for a long period. The role of Priyanka Jha was played by Disha Patani. According to sources, Priyanka was in the life of Dhoni much before he played his first International cricket match.
Priyanka was not just Dhoni’s first love, but slowly and steadily she became his strength too. They met with each other for the first time in their early 20s. At that moment, Dhoni was struggling hard to get a position in India XI. Very soon, they both develop an immense love for each other.
The duo decided to spend their upcoming life with each other. The relationship between the two was going strong. It was the time when Dhoni got selected for India A squad for touring Zimbabwe and Kenya in 2003-2004. Dhoni went away for his tour as scheduled.
Sudden Twist in the Film
Meanwhile, when Mahi was playing against Zimbabwe and Kenya, Priyanka died in a car mishap. When Dhoni returned to his native country, he was completely shocked to hear the news of Priyanka. For about one year, he couldn’t even focus on cricket.
Defying Courage tackles emotions
Some of his friends thought that Mahi will not return to cricket ground ever again. But Dhoni competed with his emotional feelings bravely and started playing cricket again with full strength. Later on, under his captaincy, India won two world cups.
In the year 2010, Dhoni married to Sakshi Singh Rawat. Now, they have a baby girl, Ziva. The director of the film, Neeraj Pandey took Dhoni’s permission for showing his past life to the public through this film.