Former Indian skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni, who currently plays limited overs’ cricket for the country, has impressed many with his mind-blowing on-field show, but all-rounder Kedar Jadhav is highly impressed with his driving skill than his on-field antics.
The 30-year-old revealed a tale when Indian team was in Mumbai and were scheduled to leave for Pune the following morning for a game, which meant the player had to wake up early, without enough sleep.
He recalls an incident when he and MS Dhoni were to travel to Pune from Mumbai with MS Dhoni giving up on his sleep. Dhoni and Jadhav then decided to leave for Pune and this is where the story takes an interesting turn. Enroute to Pune, MS Dhoni did not allow Jadhav to play loud music, and he wasn't allowed to fall asleep during the drive.
But it was never easy to take a drive with Dhoni, as he had a few rules of driving, playing loud music, and Jadhav wasn't allowed to fall asleep during the drive.