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The Dhoni Touch by Bharat Sundaresan: Review

Free Press Journal (India) – Title: The Dhoni Touch

Author: Bharat Sundaresan

Publisher: Penguin (Ebury Press)

Pages: 206

Price: Rs 299

I had just finished reviewing politically infused book and was desperately looking for something light, yet interesting, to read.

Summary

  • Title: The Dhoni TouchAuthor: Bharat SundaresanPublisher: Penguin (Ebury Press)Pages: 206Price: Rs 299I had just finished reviewing politically infused book and was desperately looking for something light, yet interesting, to read.
  • After a couple of minutes, I was sitting in my balcony with ‘The Dhoni Touch’ by Bharat Sundaresan.
  • I wasn’t sure what Bharat had different to offer about Mahendra Singh Dhoni, fondly called ‘Captain Cool’, on whom even a biopic was made and screened to full-house all across all multiplexes.
  • It is a book every Dhoni fan will cherish, it is a book every Sachin Tendulkar fan would want to read and, most importantly, it is a book that no cricket lover will ever want to miss reading.
  • Dhoni’s closest friend Seemant Lohani, better known as Chintu helps the author in getting the minutest details: Right from Captain Cool’s long hair to his fascination of bikes and cars.

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