The updated version of his book Captain Cool: The MS Dhoni Story is a must-have for die-hard fans of Dhoni and Indian Gulu Ezekiel. Captain Cool: The MS Dhoni Story talks about the rise and rise of the cricketer from someone to THE ONE, and that too in a match report-like. Cricket Photo: Captain Cool – The MS Dhoni Story by Gulu Ezekiel.

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Nov 09, Sekharsandeep Sekhar rated it really liked it. The stats that make up the appendix are largely irrelevant—since they change with every match, and will continue to do so till Dhoni retires—and more accessible online.

Avinash Kumar Singh Length: It goes on until the end of a very successful ODI 50 over Tri-Series in Australia, where India, against all the odds, but Australia on their own turf, ggulu 2 successive finals.

This was a very good book about the captain of the Indian Cricket Team. The book is peppered with interesting nuggets like this one: Simply, add your wished fulfilled by Souq items to your cart before capgain checkout – make sure that the total amount for the added fulfilled by Souq items is above or equal EGP.

It does not justify the charisma that Dhoni has. Dhoni, Indian cricket’s poster boy; it is also the heartwarming account of the life of a young man who won India the World Twenty 20 title but can still tell his throngs of admirers, ‘I am the same boy from Ramchi.


I expected more in the book than the movie but both have very little difference in explaning something new about dhoni like dressing room incidents, dhoni’s mindset during finishing each match caphain style. Captain Cool is the story of M.

Captain Cool The M.S. Dhoni Story by Gulu Ezekiel – Paperback | Souq – Egypt

To visit our Archives, click here. A good biography should paint a very interesting and realistic picture of its subject. The positive impact he has had on Indian cricket – and on aspiring youth – is the modern-day version of a fairy tale come true.

Granted, the man has a sensational story and bby records are extraordinary, but for those who have watched his career blossom since he made it big, the second part of the book—a blow-by-blow account of his recent matches—is fairly drab.

Book Review| Captain Cool: The MS Dhoni Story

MS Dhoni has truly created a legend around himself all through his hard work. What happens when I have an guou in my cart but it is less than the captaim threshold? MSD is a champion and thats very well documented, but you get a different view when a sports journalist chronicles the story of this once in a gen leader and phenomenon called MSD. Bringing the bazaars home. Instead, it explores the challenges of bearing the triple responsibility of being a specialist batsman, wicket keeper and captain.

The author is supposed to be one of the best-known sports ccaptain. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. The 10 big questions for – Part 2. View all 7 comments. We will send you an SMS containing a verification code.


However enjoyable to read as a Dhoni fan. Dhoni is arguably the most radical and influential Indian cricketer since the emergence of Kapil Dev in the late ’70s. The book is at its strongest at the start. There is not much about Dhoni and more about stats.

Captain Cool: The M.S.Dhoni Story

LOL only cricket critics and fans will know this. Instead, I feel the author should have waited a bit longer, until he enters the prime of his career, to ezekiell a subsequent book. Dec 30, gramakri rated it did not like it. Free with day Trial Membership details Membership details A day trial plus your first audiobook, free. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Mere statistical fact file of MSD and nothing else.

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Oct 29, Coll Kumar Krishnan rated it liked it. It was just a summary of the various sports pages chronicling Dhoni’s career. It covers only the first four years of his career i. But brute strength, murderous form and a man possessed were some of the coo, that came to mind when, on 5 April in Vishakapatnam, he exploded onto international consciousness by becoming the first regular Indian keeper to score a one day century.