5 things that were expected but missing In MS Dhoni-The Untold Story


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MS Dhoni – the untold story is no doubt the most successful debut o Sushant Singh Rajput. The film depicts the struggle of MS Dhoni join from his childhood to joining the Indian cricket team and becoming the “captain cool”.

But the audience were expectant of various controversies that haven’t been shown in this biopic. So, the makers played it safe to make it the biggest hit of this year.

 

1)Missing elder brother : Not exactly a controversy, but Dhoni is shown to have only an elder sister played by Bhoomika chawla. However he has an elder brother Narendra Singh Dhoni, a Politician from ranchi.

2)Dhoni and rai lakshmi’s love affair:

 

Dhoni is shown to be a true lover having 2 gfs in his life, one of which dies in accident.  But the reality paints a different picture about Dhoni. Dhoni was linked to 2 other women – rai lakshmi (who was rumoured to be going out with MSD ) and Deepika padukone.

3)Rumoured fight with Yuvraj singh :

 

Dhoni’s drift with Yuvi over Deepika padukone when she had just made her debut on Om Shanti Om. Dhoni also publically admitted of his crush on Deepika Padukone. He invited her to watch matches inviting more gossip! She was also very close with Yuvi. This was also a dent to relationship between Dhoni and Yuvi

4) Cold equation with other players:

A strong reason why many went to watch the movie was to discover how Dhoni interacted with his team mates on-field. However the viewers may have been disappointed on the fact that this aspect was totally ignored.

5)The IPL controversy:

 

Biggest controversy in Dhoni’s career was – when his name was dragged in the IPL betting scandal.

What do you say? Should these details have been included in film.

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