Shikhar Dhawan has tried a particular search for quarantine days and his followers are loving it. Calling it “Quarantine look”, the left-handed Indian opener posed for an image tying a muffler round his head like a turban. Amongst many heart-warming replies from the followers, veteran India spinner Harbhajan Singh stood out together with his feedback on Shikhar Dhawan‘s Instagram put up. In a single remark, Harbhajan Singh gave Shikhar Dhawan a nickname “Babbu”, whereas in different he posted three OK Hand signal emojis.
Like a lot of the sportspersons, Dhawan is utilising his time nicely in lockdown with spouse Ayesha and son Zoravar.
Final week, Dhawan shared a video on social media of him figuring out together with his household, asking individuals to not have interaction in “home violence” whereas at dwelling.
“Whereas I take pleasure in my time at dwelling with my loving household, I’m actually disheartened and unhappy to listen to about home violence nonetheless current in as we speak’s time & we have to put an finish to it. Select a form and loving partnership and say no to violence,” Shikhar Dhawan captioned the video on Twitter.
Whereas I take pleasure in my time at dwelling with my loving household, I’m actually disheartened and unhappy to listen to about home violence nonetheless current in as we speak’s time & we have to put an finish to it. Select a form and loving partnership and say no to violence. pic.twitter.com/ulh1zb0zmY
— Shikhar Dhawan (@SDhawan25) April 27, 2020
Within the 47-second video, the Indian opener could be seen working towards punches and serving to his spouse and son follow punching as nicely.
Some followers heaped reward on Dhawan for sharing such a “nice message”, whereas many slammed the “brutal crime” of home violence.
The nation is in lockdown to include the unfold of the coronavirus, which has introduced the sporting world to a grinding halt. The Indian Premier League (IPL) has been postponed indefinitely, whereas India’s dwelling sequence in opposition to South Africa was referred to as off amid the virus scare.