01 Apr 2019: Dhoni's daughter dancing during CSK match steals limelight
Ziva, daughter of Chennai Super Kings captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni, aces the "staying in limelight" game.
On Sunday, when her father was playing a match against Rajasthan Royals in Chepauk stadium, Ziva found a way to grab the attention of spectators.
The four-year-old danced to famous Tamil song, Otha Sollaala, and a video of the same has gone viral on social media.
Dance: Little Dhoni seen shaking her body to the music
Ziva, seen wearing a cute white and grey dress, stood in the stands enjoying her time off the field, while her father's team was busy setting records on it.
As Otha Sollaala started playing, Ziva began dancing, and the frills of her skirt matched the beats.
Gracia and Hinaya, daughters of Suresh Raina and Harbhajan Singh respectively, were also present along with their mothers.
Fact: Watch: Ziva, oblivious of someone recording her, in the groove
Fact: By defeating RR, CSK marked its third consecutive win
CSK scored 175 for 5 in their innings and won the game by 8 runs as Rajasthan Royals could only manage 167 in 20 overs. CSK is the defending champion and is the only team, which has won three matches straight this IPL.
Cheer: 'Papa, come on Papa!' cheered Ziva during previous CSK match
In the previous CSK v/s Delhi Capitals match, captain cool's favorite cheerleader had to be his four-year-old.
She left the Internet in awe after a video of her shouting, "Papa, come on Papa," went viral.
Initially seen standing on her mother's lap, after which Sakshi shifted her to the next chair, Ziva excitedly cheered for her father, as Dhoni was busy winning the clash.
Fact: Watch: Ziva cheers for her dad 'at his workplace'
Fact: Last week, Dhoni posted another lovable video of Ziva
Last week, Dhoni posted a video of Ziva on Instagram, showing how she can greet in different Indian languages. This one, like all her videos, won many hearts. While you watch it, don't forget to read the comments that say Ziva is already a star.
Fact: This toddler can understand more languages than most people