Mahendra Singh Dhoni Bollywood Debut: The captain cool of the Indian cricket team, Mahendra Singh Dhoni (MS Dhoni), announced his retirement from international cricket in August last year. However, he continues to play for Chennai Superkings in the Indian Premier League.
Apart from cricket, Dhoni is also seen a lot in advertisements. Dhoni’s style was seen in the recently released IPL 2021 advertisement. Many fans of Dhoni have even advised him to enter Bollywood, but Dhoni’s thinking about his Bollywood debut has been disclosed by Dhoni recently.
Mahendra Singh Dhoni Bollywood Debut
Dhoni’s biopic has been made, in which actor Sushant Singh Rajput played his role. Many people were demanding that Dhoni play his character in his biopic, but it is tough for a cricketer to keep himself in front of the camera for a long time, which Dhoni also feels. According to a report in India Today, Dhoni says that he is not even thinking of stepping into Bollywood after his retirement, as he feels acting is not easy.
Know what Dhoni said when he stepped into Bollywood?
According to the report, Dhoni said- You know that Bollywood is not my bus. As far as commercials are concerned, I am pretty happy doing them. I think it is a very tough profession and very difficult to handle when it comes to films. I will leave it to the film stars to do it because they are good at it. I will be associated with cricket. I can come close to Abhinay only through advertisements, but not more than that.
Very few people know that Dhoni did a cameo in a Bollywood film, but his movie was never released. This film was ‘Hook Ya Crook’, directed by David Dhawan. The film featured actors like John Abraham and Shreyas Talpade in the lead roles. The shooting of this film started in 2010.
The story of this film was about a boy whose dream is to join the Indian cricket team, but unfortunately, he ends up in jail. Dhoni did a cameo in this film, but due to some reason, the shooting could not be completed later, and the film went into cold storage.
Let us tell you that recently cricketers like Harbhajan Singh and Irfan Pathan have made their film debuts after their retirement. Harbhajan Singh’s film Friendship was released last month. At the same time, Irfan Pathan also appeared in the film Cobra. Vinod Kambli, Ajay Jadeja and former Australian cricketer Brett Lee have also appeared in films before these two players. In such a situation, Dhoni’s fans are also desperate to see him on the cinema’s silver screen.