MS Dhoni: The untold story – Read why Mahi wept like a baby in one of the scenes…

Sushant Singh Rajput has brilliantly portrayed Dhoni's character and has done full justice to it.

Updated: Sep 30, 2016, 15:05 PM IST
MS Dhoni: The untold story – Read why Mahi wept like a baby in one of the scenes…
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New Delhi: India's limited-overs skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni, continues to be an enigma despite being one of the most successful skippers in world cricket.

Friday, was a huge day for his fans, as his biopic - MS Dhoni: The untold story - hit the screens.

The movie narrates Dhoni's journey from an aspiring cricketer from Ranchi, to one of the most established names in world cricket. (READ: MS Dhoni Biopic: Twitteratis on a roll as rumours of Pakistan banning the movie spread)

What makes Dhoni different from other cricketers, is the way he deals and reacts to pressure situations. The dynamic right-hander, has often won praise from the cricket cognoscenti for his ice-cool temperament. 

Even in the film, Sushant Singh Rajput has brilliantly portrayed Dhoni's character and has done full justice to it.

MS Dhoni

In the biopic, Dhoni, who suffered several setbacks during his early days, refuses to drop a tear despite being heartbroken in several sections of the film.

However, there is this one scene, where he weeps like a baby.

Dhoni was returning to his hometown Ranchi with his friends, when he calls one of his other friend to know about the whereabouts of his girlfriend Priyanka Jha (played by Disha Patani), who had not been responding to his calls for several days.

After he was told that she met a fatal car accident, Dhoni asks his friends in the car to drop him and leave.

After his friends leave reluctantly, Sushant Singh Rajput sits on the road and cries his heart out over the loss of his beloved. (PHOTOS: MS Dhoni Biopic: Here's how Mahi and wife Sakshi celebrated on the eve of movie's release)

Before marrying Sakshi, Dhoni was in a relationship with Priyanka, who died in a road accident in 2002.