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MS Dhoni Review by Taran Adarsh, Komal Nahta- Rajeev Masand, Anupama Chopra, Umair Sandhu, KRK MS Dhoni Review

We have seen Biopics in the past in Bollywood but none of those has made quite an impact as the most recent of them all, M.S Dhoni: The Untold Story hit theatres today and it is having an immediate and predicted effect, on every person who is going for the movie which takes us through the life of perhaps the country’s most successful captain and one of the deadliest finisher of modern day cricket.

The Neeraj Pandey directed venture, distributed by Fox Star Studios and produced by Inspired Entertainment and Arun Pandey, in association with Friday Film Works is already pegged to be one of the highest earning films of the year and the first Biopic in Bollywood to pose a threat to the box-office records of commercial film genre of Bollywood.


The biographical film is about the hardships he had to face that we previously did not know about, the amount of hard work he incorporated and also a completely different side of Dhoni as opposed to the calm and collected block of efficient ice we see on the field. Dhoni’s conflict in his early age between the role of an emerging cricketer and a Railway ticket collector at Kharagpur Station was clearly highlighted and his struggle to his follow his ambition was the main highlight of this 190-minute film.

The executive figured out how to reproduce the 2011 world container winning shot. Moreover, this scene in the peak conveyed goosebumps to the group of onlookers. The battles as well as demonstrated the romantic tale between MS Dhoni and Sakshi Dhoni. One needs to concede that the romantic story of MS is more or less great. All things considered, this movie has each feeling.