“MS Dhoni Refused Crores Of Rupees Contract”: Bat Manufacturer Shares Stunning Tale

Feb14,2024


BAS bat maker who helped MS Dhoni© YouTube




One of the greatest cricketers of all time, MS Dhoni is a true legend of the game, not just for what he did on the field but the human being he is. Although the wicketkeeper batsman is no longer an international cricketer, he has started practicing ahead of the Indian Premier League (IPL) 2024 season. While fans were grateful to see Dhoni back playing cricket, it was the sticker of his bat that made headlines. The step Dhoni took for his old friend by writing the name of his shop on the sticker of his bat got him a lot of appreciation. But, this was not the first time that Dhoni had helped someone in this way.

Another story that has surfaced on social media involves bat manufacturer BAS, whose bat was used by the Ranchi-born cricketer in the early days of his career.

In a video shared on social media, BAS owner, Mr Somi Kohli revealed how Dhoni skipped the contract worth crores of rupees and instead used the bat manufacturer's stickers, which he got during his initial days It was in return for help. Cricketer.

“Dhoni didn't mention anything about money. He just said, 'Put your stickers on my bat and send them.' I tried to explain to him, 'You are letting go of such a lucrative contract.' contract. I requested his wife Sakshi, his father, mother. Even told his CA and Paramjeet from Ranchi. They all went to his house before the World Cup. But they said 'No… this That's my decision','' Mr Kohli said in a video.

Recently, in a picture surfaced on social media, Dhoni was seen playing with 'Prime Sports' bat in the nets. It was a move by the former India captain to repay his friend who owns a local sports shop.

Even the great Adam Gilchrist talked about Dhoni's body language while commentating during the second T20I between Australia and West Indies.

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