MS Dhoni loved Rajshri Deshpande’s work in Sacred Games
Former Indian captain MS Dhoni has a huge following and it isn’t simply regular cricket fans however big names likewise have a fan moment when they meet him. Recently on-screen character Rajshri Deshpande of the Sacred Games acclaim happened to meet Dhoni and appears to have learnt that the cricketer cherished her work in the show.
Consecrated Games as the vast majority would know is the most discussed Indian TV arrangement right now which is circulated on Netflix. The show stars Saif Ali Khan, Nawazuddin Siddiqui and Radhika Apte in lead characters alongside Rajshri who plays Subhadra who is the spouse of Ganesh Gaitonde authorized by Nawaz.
She posted her fan minute on Twitter, it is a photo with Dhoni where them two are chuckling and looks very genuine. She specified that to realize that her most loved cricketer watched and adored the show feels astonishing. Rajshri got undesirable notoriety and got eyeballs for her intense scene in the show. Among the few love-production scenes, she goes topless in one of them and she was trolled for it via web-based networking media and got a great deal of hate messages.
Here is her post:
“When he said he loved my work in @SacredGames_TV Matlabbbbbb total Siyaaapaaa
My fan moment with amazing @msdhoni .. Thank you,” Deshpande wrote.
She also tagged celebrity hairstylist Sapna Moti Bhavani in the post who is known to be Dhoni’s personal stylist and a friend.
— Rajshri Deshpande (@rajshriartist) July 27, 2018
The tweet also reached one of the directors of the show Anurag Kashyap who quoted it and wrote- “@msdhoni loved Sacred Games .. hmmm”
— Anurag Kashyap (@anuragkashyap72) July 27, 2018
Sacred Games is a Crime Thriller is based on the book Sacred Games by Vikram Chandra; the show revolves around the story of Ganesh Gaitonde, a gangster who disappears after being involved in several crimes and reappears after 17 years. The show was released on July 6 and has a total of 8 episodes. It has an IMDB rating of 9.2 which is massive for a show in this genre as a lot given how much it has been already explored over the years.