Photo: MS Dhoni is 'captain of industry' now, becomes CEO of MNC...

Photo: MS Dhoni is 'captain of industry' now, becomes CEO of MNC... but just for a day!


Mahendra Singh Dhoni may have taken a step back from captaincy on the cricket field, but it seems he's taken new steps towards becoming 'Captain of Industry'.

The 35-year-old cricketer, had added another feather to his already highly-decorated cap by being appointed as the CEO of Gulf Oil India. But hold on to your hats, Dhoni had the job only for a day.

Mahi, who will soon be seen in action in IPL 2017 with his franchise Rising Pune Supergiant, has been automobile lubricant giant's brand ambassador since 2011.


The company tweeted a picture of the former India skipper in the CEO's chair dressed in a blue suit and grey tie at Gulf Oil India's Mumbai head office.

The move was kept a surprise and left even the employees of the company stunned. As the CEO, Dhoni attended all the special meetings of the company throughout the day to get a feel of corporate life.

Dhoni's commercial interests manager Arun Pandey revealed that the firm and star wicketkeeper-batsman had been planning the day for a long time.

"As a CEO of the company for the day, Mahi has attended all the special meetings of the company. He will also take quite a few decisions, just like a real CEO," Pandey told Sportstar on Monday.
Dhoni's Pune franchise's first game of IPl 2017 will be at home when they take on Mumbai Indians on April 6.

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