When somebody progresses toward becoming as large a symbol as MS Dhoni, an idea like nationality will in general rise above everything else. Much the same as it has if there should be an occurrence of Mohammad Bashir otherwise known as ‘Chacha Chicago’, a prominent cricket fan from Pakistan.
Having gone to such a significant number of matches throughout the years, he has now turned into a face perceived by each cricket supporter from the subcontinent.
Nonetheless, in spite of being from Pakistan, he is pulling for India in the up and coming World Cup conflict between the two countries and the reason is none other than MS Dhoni.
MS – who shaped a bond with Chacha Chicago during the 2011 World Cup – has stayed in contact with him through writings and got him a ticket for the match as he knew he probably won’t almost certainly bear the cost of it.
Offering his thanks, Bashir told PTI:
“I arrived here yesterday and saw that people are ready to pay as much as 800-900 pounds for a ticket. A return ticket from Chicago costs the same. Thanks to Dhoni, I don’t have to struggle for a match ticket.”
“I don’t call him as he is so busy. I keep in touch only through text messages. Long before I came here, Dhoni assured me of the ticket. He is a great human being. I can’t think of anyone else doing what he has done for me since that 2011 game in Mohali.”
The 63-year-old who has brought a present for MS this time around, wears uniform with the two India and Pakistan hues.
He is additionally companions with the well known Indian cricket fan Sudhir and even pays the bill for the room when they remain abroad.
“I book the room and we stay together. Thanks to Allah, I am doing okay (financially) and that is the least I can do for a friend. I just gifted Sudhir a phone and it made him really happy. These are the little things in life that give you happiness.”
At the point when gotten some information about his falling apart wellbeing after 3 heart strokes, he says:
“It is not easy with my medical condition. Ab toh aisa lagta hain jab tak cricket chal rahi tab tak saasen chal rahi hain.”
See what cricket can do!