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MS Dhoni was surprised to see Sushant Singh Rajput emote him well on screen

MS Dhoni was surprised to see Sushant Singh Rajput emote him well on screen

"Also the way I walk, the way I talk, he has copied almost everything. In fact I was amazed to see him do all these things," he adds.

Virat Kohli: Most eagerly awaiting Sachin Tendulkar's biopic

Virat Kohli: Most eagerly awaiting Sachin Tendulkar's biopic

Kohli, however, refused to take any questions from the media on cricket or his personal life

Sun Pharma signs M S Dhoni as Revital H brand ambassador

Sun Pharma signs M S Dhoni as Revital H brand ambassador

Sun Pharmaceutical Industries has signed Indian cricket team captain M S Dhoni as its Revital H new brand ambassador.

Ashish Nehra: Injury-prone bowling star stays away from team's football sessions

Ashish Nehra: Injury-prone bowling star stays away from team's football sessions

The Delhi bowler is making his international comeback after four years.

In-form Axar Patel not bothered by competition from Ravindra Jadeja

In-form Axar Patel not bothered by competition from Ravindra Jadeja

Patel helped Gujarat win their maiden Vijay Hazare Trophy by lapping up 19 wickets in nine matches at 14.63.

Director Neeraj Pandey, actor Sushant Singh visit Keenan stadium for MS Dhoni biopic

Director Neeraj Pandey, actor Sushant Singh visit Keenan stadium for MS Dhoni biopic

Director Neeraj Pandey and actor Sushant Singh Rajput on Saturday visited Keenan Stadium, where team India Captain M S Dhoni spent his cricketing days representing Jharkhand state team, for the player's biopic.

Australia will have to bat better against India: Michael Clarke

Australia will have to bat better against India: Michael Clarke

Australia saw through one of the fierce fast bowling spells by Wahab Riaz to set up a cricket World Cup semifinal clash against India but the home team skipper Michael Clarke on Friday said his players will have to bat much better against the defending champions.

Gavaskar, Laxman advise Kohli to end row with journalist

Gavaskar, Laxman advise Kohli to end row with journalist

Not too impressed with Virat Kohli's abusive behaviour towards a journalist recently, former Indian cricketers Sunil Gavaskar and V V S Laxman on Thursday called on the star batsman to resolve the row amicably with the concerned scribe.

Team India to bounce back?

Team India back in the winning mode? Atleast that's what their recent performance at the Nottingham match shows. Expectations are that Team India might even win the England one-day series after 24 years.

Wicket is easy for batsmen, says Bhuvneshwar Kumar

India medium pacer Bhuvneshwar Kumar today blamed the pitch here for the bowling attack`s poor showing in the ongoing third Test as England declared at 569/7 in their first innings.

No pressure, we take it match-by-match: RR player Vikramjeet

Rajasthan Royals pacer Vikramjeet Singh Malik today said that his side were not facing any pressure in the scramble for a play-off berth in the IPL and their strategy has been to take it from match-by-match.

Learnt a lot about captaincy from Dhoni: Faf du Plessis

South African skipper Faf du Plessis on thursday said though he has learnt a lot from M S Dhoni during his stint with Chennai Super Kings in the IPL, he would be relying on his own style of captaincy when his team takes on India in the semifinals of the ICC World T20 here on friday.

Amrapali says cheques given to Dhoni were to build hospital

Real estate firm Amrapali on Monday said cheques for Rs 75 crore given to Indian cricket team captain M S Dhoni were for building a hospital in Ranchi and the same were returned as the project did not take off.

Rayudu says some Indian players mentally fatigued

Living out of a suitcase for the past several months, middle-order batsman Ambati Rayudu on Tuesday said that some of the India cricketers are suffering from mental fatigue due to its packed and busy international schedule.

Afridi should be allowed to play till he enjoys game: Qadir

Legendary Pakistan spinner Abdul Qadir feels maverick allrounder Shahid Afridi has faced unwarranted criticism throughout his career but now the fault-finding should stop following his heroics against India in Asia Cup on Sunday.

BCCI may question Dhoni after Champions Trophy

The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) might question Indian captain MS Dhoni regarding his stakes in Rhiti Sports and conflict of interest issue after India's campaign in Champions Trophy is over later this month.

`One-third of IPL team show depends on leadership style`

Captaincy does make a difference in cricket as leadership style directly impacts nearly one-third of performance of various teams at the Indian Premier League (IPL), a study has revealed.

This performance is unacceptable, says dejected Clarke

Livid after a second successive meek surrender by his team, Australian cricket captain Michael Clarke today said the performance is "unacceptable" and chided his batsmen for not taking enough responsibility.

India look to narrowing gap on Australia

India and Australia will lock horns in a four-Test cricket series, starting here Friday, with an eye to the ICC Test Championship table

Busy Dhoni fails to appear for B. Com exam

A busy cricketing schedule has led to Indian team captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni failing to even appear in the first semester examination of B. Com degree after enrolling himself for the course five years ago at a city college.