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'When you spot the tiger and he obliges you with enough time to click,' MS Dhoni turns wildlife photographer, See Pic

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From 'Queen of hills' to dense forest, MS Dhoni has been on a vacation spree, making full use of his away time from cricket.

From "Queen of hills" to dense forest, MS Dhoni has been on a vacation spree, making full use of his away time from cricket. On Friday, Dhoni took to social media to show off his excellent wildlife photography skills.

The former Indian captain shared a picture of a tiger that he spotted at the Kanha Tiger Reserve in Madhya Pradesh. He revealed that he spotted the tiger on his own and the Big Cat gave him ample time to click it.

"When you spot the tiger on your own and he obliges you with just enough time to click a few pics. Visit Kanha was outstanding," Dhoni wrote on his Instagram account along with the phenomenal picture.

Dhoni reportedly visited the tiger reserve in January along with his friends and family. According to the official website of the Kanha National Park, it was the 1st time Dhoni visited the famous national park. A few news reports say that Dhoni arrived on a chartered plane that landed on Birsi Airstrip, Baiher.

A few videos had gone viral that showed Dhoni was mobbed by fans as he rode his jeep on the way to the tiger reserve. The guards had a tough time to stop the huge fan-following of Dhoni who just wanted to get one glimpse of their hero, who has not played international cricket since July 2019.

India's semi-final loss to New Zealand in the ICC Cricket World Cup in England was Dhoni's last appearance in the Indian colours. While he had asked the media and fans not to question him about his future until January, there is still no concrete information about his comeback. The Indian cricket board even omitted him from the central contract recently and that was enough to indicate, maybe the end is near. The India coach Ravi Shastri, on the other hand, has said that Dhoni's chances of finding a place for the T20 World Cup later in the year will depend on his form in the Indian Premier League (IPL), which is scheduled to begin next month.

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