Shikhar Dhawan practices boxing with son Zorawar during COVID-19 lockdown - Watch
Indian cricket team opener Shikhar Dhawan gave a glimpse into his life during the ongoing COVID-19 lockdown as he posted a video of himself boxing with his son Zorawar The video shows both of them throwing punches at each other and the video was posted with the caption - “Morning session with my boy”. Earlier, the left-handed batsman posted videos of himself washing clothes and doing household chores while advising the general public to adhere to the guidelines after the government enforced a 21-day lockdown amid the Coronavirus scare.
Dhawan was at his hilarious best as he shared a video on social media to keep fans entertained amid coronavirus pandemic that has gripped the entire world.
With no cricket to play, Dhawan shared a video on social media featuring wife Ayesha Dhawan. In the short clip, Dhawan is seen doing household chores as per the instructions of Ayesha.
Dhawan’s post read: “Life after one week at home. Reality hits hard. #AyeshaDhawan.”
Australia opener David Warner couldn’t help himself and joined in the fun. He replied: “I hear you.”
The entire sporting calender of the world has been ruined due the coronavirus pandemic, in a year when several multi-national events were scheduled to take place.
(With agency inputs)
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