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M.S. Dhoni: The Untold Story
The Man You Know. The Journey You Don`t.

M.S. Dhoni: The Untold Story

30 Sep, 2016
3 hrs 05 mins
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M.S. Dhoni, a boy raised in a typical middle-class family defies all odds and becomes one of the greatest captains of the Indian cricket team.
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Verdict: Mahendra Singh Dhoni shines above all in his biopic. On April 2nd, 2011 at the Wankhede Stadium, Mahendra Singh Dhoni walked out to bat in the final match of the ICC Cricket World Cup. The situation was tense and if it wasn't for the skipper's composed and calculated innings, India`s wait to celebrate another []... ...Read full review
If you are a diehard fan of MS Dhoni and cricket (in that order), you are bound to love this film, which reveres its protagonist. Despite the glorification, what works is Sushants impeccable portrayal of a stoic Dhoni and the latters inspiring untold story - his journey from being a ticket collector to a renowned attacking batsman/wicket-keeper/captain. ...Read full review
M. S. Dhoni : The Untold Story is not only about cricket life of MS Dhoni but it says something on his personal life as well. There are many interesting scene on Indian cricket in this movie. ...Read full review
Let me begin with the confession that I know absolutely nothing about cricket. Im one of the few people in this country who remain resolutely uninterested in the sport. So I cant knowledgably comment on the transformation of actor Sushant Singh Rajput into Mahendra Singh Dhoni. I don`t know how immaculate his immersion is or how well he imitates the helicopter shot. I also have little idea of the politics of cricket, the lows that were left out and the muck that didnt make it to the screen. What I can tell you is that Neeraj Pandeys telling of Dhonis life is in equal parts, thrilling, moving and utterly exhausting. ...Read full review
MS Dhoni: The Untold Story is like a calendar of events from the life of Indias most successful cricket captain. This happened, that happened, this person helped him, that person encouraged him, he won this match, he fell in love with that girl. Its really a hagiography. Never an insightful character study of a fascinating and largely impenetrable personality. If youve always wondered what lies beneath Dhonis calm veneer, or whats going on in his head when the chips are down, be warned this film doesnt answer those questions. ...Read full review