New Delhi:Indian captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni is one of the most eligible bachelors in the country but he is clearly not comfortable speaking about when he will walk down the aisle.
Dhoni shared some light moments with National Security Guard Commandos at Manesar but refused to bite the bait when asked about his marriage plans.
"Udte huye panchi key par kyon kaatna chahtey ho (why do you want to clip wings of a flying bird)" was what a coy Dhoni replied.
"May be one year or one and half years. I think I will not get too old," he quipped.
He said the standard (of efficiency) of the NSG was very high but would not give a direct answer when asked whether he would want to join country's premier anti-terror force.
"I'm not fit enough to join NSG now. I think I would not get fit enough before I'm 40 but then you cannot join the NSG after 40," he said in the programme to be on air in NDTV on Saturday.
Dhoni quizzed a commando how a batsman could score 10 runs from the last ball. No answer coming, Dhoni himself provided the answer.
"It was Rajnikant batting. The ball was halved into two pieces - one part went over the ropes and the other crossed the boundary.
"If somebody ask you how 24 can be scored from one ball, say the ball was broken into six parts each crossing the boundary," he quipped.