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MS Dhoni Celebrates CSK's IPL Victory With Friends In Gym, Says, 'Kaun Dieting Pe Hai' - Watch

MS Dhoni Celebrates CSK's IPL Victory With Friends In Gym, Says, 'Kaun Dieting Pe Hai' - Watch

MS Dhoni is the most successful skipper in Indian cricket history. Dhoni is well-known as a leader, having won three ICC tournament trophies as captain.

Dhoni recently led the Chennai Super Kings to their fifth IPL title this year, tying the Mumbai Indians' record.

Dhoni is presently in Ranchi enjoying quality time at his farm and was recently seen at a gym with his gym buddies cutting a cake to celebrate CSK's IPL victory.

"Hum khilayenge" means "I will serve." "Kaun kaun kha Raha hai Aur kaun kaun dieting pe he vo batao (first tell me who's dieting and who's eating)" In the video, Dhoni can be heard telling.

The 2023 season was a triumph for Dhoni and CSK, as the 41-year-old returned as captain after Ravindra Jadeja was appointed last year. CSK struggled under Jadeja's guidance, and Dhoni took over mid-season.

However, when the team required 10 off 2 balls in this year's final, Jadeja showed amazing character to finish the game and give CSK their fifth Indian Premier League victory. ('MS Dhoni's Viral Gym Photo Sparks Fans' Speculation,' Will The 'CSK Captain' Retire With Long Hair After IPL 2024?')

The CEO of Chennai Super Kings, Kasi Viswanathan, recently disclosed that Dhoni's knee ailment was a challenge for him, but he never complained about it to anyone. Dhoni did not miss a single match during CSK's IPL 2023 victory. He had knee surgery earlier this month to correct the condition.

Viswanathan told ESPNcricinfo, "We never asked him things like 'do you want to play or do you want to sit out?'" If he couldn't, he would have told us right away.

We knew it would be difficult for him to participate, but his dedication to the squad, his leadership, and how the team benefits everyone is well known. You have to admire him from that standpoint."