MS Dhoni Serves Indian Army in Kashmir: From Playing Volleyball to Polishing Shoes, Photos and Videos of Indian Cricketer That Went Viral
MS Dhoni (Photo Credits: Getty Images)

Taking a break from cricket, Indian cricketer MS Dhoni is currently at Kashmir where he has joined the 106 TA Battalion (Para) regiment of the Indian Army. The former Indian cricket skipper joined the regiment on July 31 and he will continue to serve the Army till August 15. MSD had made himself unavailable for India’s tour of West Indies 2019 to serve the battalion, which he is a part of. Even though MS Dhoni isn't playing cricket, photos and videos of him during his stay with the Indian Army regiment has created a buzz on social media. MS Dhoni Polishes His Shoe While Serving Indian Army in Kashmir, Twitterati Hail Indian Cricketer for His Humble Gesture (See Photo). 

Dhoni holds the rank of Lieutenant Colonel in 106 TA Battalion (Para) regiment of Indian Army. His fans and cricket enthusiasts are keen to know about his activities in Kashmir and they are closely following him. The Indian wicketkeeper has also undertaken a few exercises during his stay with the Army. Pictures and videos of the Indian legend have been going viral on social media ever since. Here are some of the glimpses of the Indian skipper while he's serving the Army in Kashmir. Rishabh Pant vs MS Dhoni: Young Wicket-Keeper Breaks These Two Records of Indian Veteran During IND Vs WI 3rd T20I Match. 


Off to Work!

This was the start of MS Dhoni’s journey to join the Indian Army. The photo which went viral when MS arrived at Indira Gandhi International (IGI) Airport to leave for Kashmir.


Indian Army Calling!

This was another photo of MS which was clicked at the airport.


Batsman Signs Bat! 

This was the very first photo that went viral on social media. MS Dhoni was seen signing a bat in the Army uniform.


Army Man Dhoni! 

This was another photo of the former Indian captain during Para Regiment camp.


Playing with Army!

MS Dhoni can be seen playing volleyball in the video. The Captain cool was seen undertaking a service.


Humble MSD!

This photo created a buzz on Twitter with users applauding the Indian cricketer for his humble act. MS was seen polishing his army shoe in the photo.

The 38-year-old cricketer became a qualified paratrooper in 2015 after completing five parachute training jumps in Agra. The rumours of MS Dhoni’s retirement started doing the rounds after Cricket World Cup 2019. However, none were substantiated by the Indian cricketer.