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Mahendra Singh Dhoni : Ek Aboojh Paheli

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Bharat Sundaresan is a world-renowned, award-winning cricket writer currentlybased in Adelaide, A... Read More

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Bharat Sundaresan is a world-renowned, award-winning cricket writer currently
based in Adelaide, Australia. He is the Australian correspondent and senior
writer for Cricbuzz, having previously spent
over a decade covering cricket around the globe for the Indian Express. He is
also the bestselling author of The Dhoni Touch.

For over a decade, Mahendra Singh Dhoni has captivated the world of cricket and over a billion Indians with his incredible ingenuity as captain, wicketkeeper and batsman. Bharat Sundaresan tracks down the cricketer's closest friends in Ranchi and artfully presents the different shades of Dhoni-the Ranchi boy, the fauji, the diplomat, Chennai's beloved Thala, the wicketkeeping Pythagoras-and lays bare the man underneath. He discovers a certain je ne sais quoi about the man who has a magical ability to transform and elevate everything which comes
into his orbit-the Dhoni Touch.

Product Details

Title: Mahendra Singh Dhoni : Ek Aboojh Paheli
Author: Bharat Sundaresan
SKU: BK0444662
EAN: 9780143448518
Language: Hindi
Binding: Paperback

About Author

Bharat Sundaresan is a world-renowned, award-winning cricket writer and commentator currently based in Adelaide, Australia. He is the Australian correspondent and senior writer for Cricbuzz, the No. 1 cricket website in the world, and also a colour commentator for SEN, the Melbourne-based sports radio station. He's the author of The Dhoni Touch, the 2018 national bestseller in India, which is considered the most in-depth biography on Indian cricket superstar M.S. Dhoni, and Believe, which he co-wrote with Suresh Raina.


Bharat is originally from Mumbai and used to work for the Indian Express, a leading Indian national daily, covering cricket and other sports for over 10.5 years, from May 2008 to December 2018. He's travelled to and covered series in every major cricketing nation in the world. He has also written for several world-class publications around the world and appeared on numerous TV-news and current-affairs shows in Australia.

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