Former Indian Premier League chairman Lalit Modi revealed MS Dhoni's offer letter, which the Chennai Super Kings skipper received from India Cements. Modi tried to portray the fact that Dhoni already earns more than ₹ 100 crores per year, so why would he need a salary from the India Cements. 

In case you have forgotten, India Cements is owned by the former BCCI president and ICC chairman N Srinivasan. According to the offer letter posted by Lalit Modi on Instagram, Dhoni was offered the position of 'Vice President (Marketing)' at India Cements. The former India captain was apparently offered a basic pay of ₹ 43,000/month, dearness allowance of ₹ 21,970, and a special pay of ₹ 20,000 every month. 

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