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Mahi & Priyanka Jha

 About Mahendra Singh Dhoni’s relationship with Priyanka Jha. A true love story that is not known to many may be even to his die-hard fans. This particular love story will prove the phrase true that behind every successful man there is a woman. Priyanka Jha was not just Dhoni’s true love but she was even his strength. When Mahendra Singh Dhoni was in his early 20s, he met this girl named Priyanka Jha. He was gearing up to get a place in India XI and it was during that time he fell in love with Priyanka, reports Mumbai Mirror. It is said that the two had decided to spend the rest of their life with each other.

Mahendra Singh Dhoni and Priyanka Jha’s relationship was going strong and it was during that period when Mahi got selected for the India A squad to tour Zimbabwe and Kenya in 2003-2004.The wicketkeeper-batsman showed his skills on field and grabbed million eyeballs. The young lad who then desired to play for the country left everyone stunned by scoring 362 runs in six innings in the tri-nation tournament. That way Dhoni caught the attention of then Indian captain Sourav Ganguly and interim coach Ravi Shastri, who took the young lad in the ODI squad that toured Bangladesh in 2004. Little did Mahi know that in between touring and grabbing everyone’s attention in cricket field, many things back in his personal life had changed that was unknown to him. 

The man who was making everyone proud was not even aware that he lost the person who was close to his heart, his strength, his everything – Priyanka Jha. Yes, Mahendra Singh Dhoni who had decided to spend the rest of his life with his ladylove Priyanka Jha, she had passed away in a tragic accident in the year 2002. It was after Mahi returned home post tournament he got to know that Priyanka could not survive the injuries. Mahi brokedown, his dreams of marrying his first love just ended and that too in the most disastrous way. It took him a long time to get back on track but after that the determined Dhoni started making and breaking all records.