Indian captain M.S.Dhoni just three days before his 29th
birthday married to his school friend Sakshi Singh Rawat. The marriage taken place at Vishranti Resorts at Bidhauli, about 25km from Dehradun.
The venue is country villa owned by former Rajasthan Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje. The marriage started from 08:35 PM on Sunday night and lasted approx. three hours. The marriage taken place just after a day of his engagement taken palce at at Bhagirath resort, Dehradun.
The news came flashing on Sunday morning, that Indian captain MSD will tie his knot with Sakshi Rawat on Sunday itself and the news was proved right as Sunday time passed by.
The media person and photographer was not allowed to enter the venue and they are kept 1.5 km away from the venue where Marriage ceremony taken place. There were only few close friends and family members invited at the wedding ceremony.
Among the cricketers who have arrived were Harbhajan Singh, Ashish Nehra and RP Singh, Suresh Raina and Piyush Chawla. Among Bollywood personalities, John Abraham is reported to have reached the venue. Sachin Tendulkar was also invited but right now he is in London so he was not able to attend his captain marriage ceremony.
BCCI president Shashank Manohar and Owner of Chennai Super Kings, which was skippered by Dhoni in the IPL, and BCCI Secretary N Srinivasan was present at the ceremony.
Yuvraj Singh, Zaheer Khan, Gautam Gambhir and Virendra Sehwag who are close to Dhoni also found missing from the party. However they are likely to attend the reception party which is to be held in Mumbai on 7th of July 2010.
You must be wondering who is Sakshi and how she came from behind the scene?
Sakshi Singh Rawat and M.S.Dhoni studied in the same school in Ranchi DAV, Shamily, and that is where the first seeds of love were planted. Deepika Padukon, Asin, Laxmi Rai came much later than that in Dhoni life.
Sakshi is a hotel management graduate. She completed her graduation from IHM, Aurangabad.
The marriage was expected to be held after 2011 World cup but with too much busy schedule for Indian Captain, he has thought otherwise.