Sakshi Singh Dhoni Thanks Robin Uthappa for a Special Reason
Recently, MS Dhoni hosted a party on occasion of his wife, Sakshi Dhoni turning 30-year-old. The cricketing celebrities and Bollywood people made their presence in the party to make things extra-special for Sakshi Singh Dhoni. Meanwhile, she reveals out an interesting thing which involves right-handed batsman, Robin Uthappa.
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Sakshi thanks, Robin!!
Sakshi, in her Instagram post, quoted Robin Uthappa is one of the persons behind the relationship of her with MS Dhoni. Further, she also thanked Uthappa’s wife for gracing the party.
Digging into her post, it read ”thanks to this man here Mahi and I are together ❤️!!! It was great meeting u Robbie and Sheetal … Thank u guys for coming and lot’s of cuddles to the littlone! ! And Sheetal you looking HoT as ever! ?”
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Thanks to this man here Mahi n i r together ❤️!!! It was great meeting u Robbie and Sheethal … Thank u guys for coming and lot’s of cuddles to the lil one ! And Sheethal you looking HoT as ever! 😘 and just to clear out to people mahi n r not childhood friends n first time i stepped into Ranchi was after marriage !
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Meanwhile, the former India skipper, Dhoni and Sakshi started dating in March 2008. They mostly kept their relationship a secret and some reports in the media had begun to come out by then. They finally tied the knot on July 4, 2010. Many of Dhoni’s friends from sports, politics and film fraternity attended the wedding and blessed the couple.
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The biopic on MS Dhoni furtherly showed their interaction in a hotel where MS Dhoni was impressed with Sakshi. Surprisingly, Robin Uthappa name never came out during their relationship days as well.
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However, as far as the friendship between MS Dhoni and Uthappa is concerned, the duo started their ODI career at a similar stage. They also shared the dressing room in ICC 50-over World Cup 2007 and then in T20I World Cup 2007.
But, unfortunately, Robin Uthappa’s career hit the down graph while MS Dhoni went on to become the stalwart player for team India.