Indian opener Shikhar Dhawan shares a heart-warming video of his two-year-old son Zoravar reciting his first nursery rhyme on Twitter
Indian opener Shikhar Dhawan, known is the cricketing world by his nickname 'Gabbar Singh', is a man on a mission. As part of the national cricket team, he's looking to help the Men in Blue win the World T20 title. And this hectic schedule -- the Asia Cup 2016 was played in Bangladesh just prior to WT20 -- means he can't spend time with his family.
But technology is making sure he can share those precious moments. And on Monday after India had thrashed Pakistan at Eden Gardens in the tournament, the opener shared a video of his 2-year old son Zoravar reciting his first nursery rhyme on his Twitter account.
My son saying his first poem!!! Beautiful moments of my life!!!Makes me smile!!ðð pic.twitter.com/dZpKMIeOL6— Shikhar Dhawan (@SDhawan25) March 20, 2016
The video has young Zoravar reciting 'Johny Johny Yes Papa' nursery rhyme with the help of his mother Ayesha Mukherjee.
Dhawan shared the adorable video with his followers. He termed it as one of the most beautiful moments of his life, and we have to agree. Dhawan also has two daughters – Rhea and Aliyah.
The video makes 'Gabbar' smile and it is sure to turn your frown upside down too.
On Wednesday, India play Bangladesh and the team and fans will be hoping their ‘Gabbar’ takes inspiration from 'Gabbar Junior' and comes out ready to hunt down the 'Bangla Tigers' on the field.
He had earlier posted a throwback pic of himself with his son with the caption, 'Time spent with Zoraver is priceless' andother talking about being on 'Daddy duty'.
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