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Why MS Dhoni’s daughter Ziva was invited to Ambalappuzha Temple as special guest

A video of MS Dhoni’s daughter Ziva singing a Malayalam film song has earned her an invitation to the Ambalappuzha Temple as a special guest for their festival devoted to Lord Krishna

cricket Updated: Oct 28, 2017 12:14 IST
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MS Dhoni’s daughter Ziva Singh Dhoni continues to win hearts on social media.
MS Dhoni’s daughter Ziva Singh Dhoni continues to win hearts on social media. (Instagram: zivasinghdhoni006)

MS Dhoni’s daughter Ziva Singh Dhoni is only two years old, but her young age has not stopped her from becoming a social media sensation in recent times.

Ziva was recently in the limelight for offering her father a bottle of water at the end of the Celebrity Clasico football game between Virat Kohli’s All Heart FC side and Abhishek Bachchan’s All Stars FC.

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And a recent video posted on Ziva’s own Instagram account – which has over 50,000 followers – has once again captured the hearts of people.

In the video, Ziva is singing a Malyali song from the 1992 Malyalam film ‘Adwaytham’, which was taught to her by her nanny Sheila, who herself is from Kerala.

@mahi7781 @sakshisingh_r ❤️❤️. Song taught by "Sheila Aunty"(her Nanny from Kerala)

A post shared by ZIVA SINGH DHONI (@zivasinghdhoni006) on

In fact, her rendition of the song became so popular that the Ambalappuzha Sri Krishna Temple in Alapuzha district has invited Ziva to be the special guest for their Krishna festival on January 14th.

MS Dhoni is currently a part of the Indian cricket team that is playing New Zealand in a three-match ODI series. The series is tied at 1-1 and the deciding match will be played on Sunday, 29th October 2017 in Kanpur.