Dhoni on a promotional spree for his biopic

"Life is all about small decisions, sometimes involving risk and luck too. I always believed in taking calculated risks, backing my knowledge and experience," Dhoni said.

MS Dhoni

MS Dhoni at a promotional event in Hyderabad on Saturday.   -  K.V.S. Giri

Former India Test captain MS Dhoni says his biopic, to be released on September 30, is all about his journey in the world of cricket.

"It shows my childhood, playing football and then cricket. I was slightly lagging behind in cricket. Then, I went to Kharagpur. I am glad that was also there in the movie," a smiling Dhoni said on the sidelines of a promotional event here on Saturday.

"Life is all about small decisions, sometimes involving risk and luck too," he pointed out. "I always believed in taking calculated risks, backing my knowledge and experience," Dhoni said.

"For me, results are not always important. I am aware, in India, winning matters a lot," he smiled. "If I believed what I am doing is right, I never backed out for what is important is doing right things at the right time," he remarked.

On the forthcoming film, MS Dhoni, the Untold Story, the star cricketer insisted that there was no pressure on him. "I don't feel any pressure about the movie release. I am feeling it only for promoting the movie. Well, it is for the actors and others who might feel some kind of pressure," he said.

Dhoni said the biggest inspiration for him was to play for the country. "It is the same for any sportsperson. Not everybody gets a chance to play for India. And, to represent for 15 years is something special and I cherish it," he said. "Of course, one has to stay fit and focussed," he said.

It was on September 24, 2007 that India made history winning the inaugural edition of T20 World Cup. Recalling the victory over Pakistan in the final, Dhoni said the "fantastic achievement" was possible because of team effort. "For, we had to take some tough decisions. And we also knew exactly who should bowl the bowl-outs in that edition. The result was something very special for all of us," he said.