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MS Dhoni shares cute laddoo-eating video with his daughter on social media

MS Dhoni shares cute laddoo-eating video with his daughter on social media

India Blooms News Service | | 15 Oct 2017, 05:48 pm
Mumbai, Oct 15 (IBNS): Its Diwali time and former Indian skipper MS Dhoni has shared a heart-touching video with his daughter Ziva where they could be seen relishing besan ka laddoo.

Laddoo, sweets and light are associated with Diwali and Dhoni and his daughter has started cherishing the sweet balls quite early.

Dhoni on Sunday posted the cute video on his Instagram page.

Since then, the video has collected 1,022,501 views so far.

Dhoni captioned the sweet video as: "Attack on besan ka laddoo."

 

Attack on besan ka laddoo

A post shared by @mahi7781 on

The video has been liked by Dhoni's fans and it is evident from the comments posted below it.

"Sweetness overloaded," said onedigitalsanket.

"The greatest video," read another comment posted by one mondalmilan1992.

Dhoni will soon be busy playing the limited overs series for India against New Zealand.

Image: Screengrab from video posted by MS Dhoni on Instagram

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