Mahendra Singh Dhoni is a name who shines above all the cricketers and other big Indian personalities. MS Dhoni is the most influential personality as per the latest Influencer Index survey.

Among the greats, MS Dhoni Biography is one of the must-read biographies of all the times. Born in a small town Ranchi, the young Dhoni was brought up by his mother Devaki Devi and his father who was a former employee of MECON.

MS has two siblings namely his elder brother Narendra Singh Dhoni who is a politician and his elder sister Jayanti Gupta who is an English teacher. When Dhoni grew up he married Sakshi Singh Rawat in the 2010 and the couple has a beautiful daughter Ziva.

The 37-year old Mahi has seen almost everything by now. From Captain Cool to Daddy Cool, his life is full of hard work, dedication, struggle, passion, success, love, and everything. It is not less than a movie story.

Dhoni studies at the DAV Jawahar Vidya Mandir, little MS played football. He was the goalkeeper at his school’s football team. A day came when the coach of his school cricket team asked him to fill the place of wicketkeeper of his school’s cricket team and that was a start for the most successful captain of Indian Cricket Team.

In the year 2000, Mahi went to play Ranji for Bihar. Dhoni has faced many ups and downs in life, he belonged to a middle-class family and he worked as Travelling Ticket Examiner (TTE) at Kharagpur railway station.

Dhoni was the one who turned destiny in his favor. In the beginning, nothing was positive to him. Even after being selected for the Duleep Trophy for the East Zone, unfortunately, he couldn’t reach the venue on time.

In the year 2003, Mahi was a part of the winning team in the Deodhar Trophy. After which he was selected in India A team for their tour to Zimbabwe.

As steps of the ladder, Dhoni moved up and up, step by step. Former Indian Captain Sourav Ganguly noticed Dhoni as a cricketer when he performed in India A squad. Finally, in the year 2004-05 Dhoni’s effort gain fruit when he was selected in Indian National Cricket Team.

Again a fall waited for Mahi, in his debut match, he got run out for a duck. As no one can change destiny, selectors offered Dhoni another chance in the ODI series against Pakistan. Dhoni gathered limelight with his knock of 148 off 123 balls and India defeated Pakistan by 58 runs in Visakhapatnam. Dhoni’s Era soon started after that and it keeps on growing