MS Dhoni the most successful Indian captain is now hiding from media. Since his ruling out of Asia Cup due to injury he hasn’t present before media except during the press conference of the match. There are many reasons behind this.

Dhoni is known for his spontaneous answers to the question asked by the media people who may produce laugh too. But he hasn’t been attending that time of media interacting sessions recently. But main reason has been considered as the recent Indian Premier League fixing allegations over him. Dhoni who got irritated filed a Rs. 100 crore suit over Zee News Channel for telecasting that wrong information.

He often address the media even when team passing through the wins. But at the moment India recorded two straight win, he hasn’t talked anything about it except in press conference unlikely.

He also might get frustrated due to the comments over his captaincy in Test Format who hasn’t succeeded with the defensive tactics.

Sice his return from injury to the team he hasn’t been attending the unofficial press meetings as some other player takes in his place. Considering the recent allegations or comments by the media has disturbed him which we can assume it. In the gap for rehabilitation he might have noticed these incidents and got a feeling over negative media.

MS Dhoni in the meeting before the match against Pakistan hinted asking the reporters what was happening to him actually.

In the beginning he raised a question to the reporters, “what’s going around me, tell me?” But soon he expressed his feeling.

“A lot of things go around you in Indian cricket, regardless of how you are doing on the field. It’s a part and parcel of the Indian cricket and players are used to it. You just got to keep your focus,”

This was enough evident to show he has been disappointed over the media houses and so he has been silent over the media. People want his not to get misguided due to that and play in his style.

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