Shikhar Dhawan son is almost exactly like him, Check out his recent post to find what the cricketer has to say

Team India opening batsman Shikhar Dhawan is spending quality time with his family in the lockdown period. The southpaw, who is very active on social media, shared a collage on his Instagram account on Thursday.

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The image went viral instantly as in the collage, Dhawan posted his childhood picture in the lower half and his son’s Zoravar photo in the upper. The photo proved that the genetic things work in Dhawan and Zorawar’s case as they almost look carbon copy of each other in the

The left-handed batsman has been frequently posting intriguing photos and videos with his little champ which showcases the camaraderie between the two. In fact, Zoravar also seems to have a carefree and flamboyant personality just like his father.

“The Apple doesn’t fall far from the tree,” read the caption of the picture shared by the star batsman. Both the images look so similar that anyone will get confused in the first sight.

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The Apple doesn't fall far from the tree 😉

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With all cricketing activities on hold, due to coronavirus outbreak, Dhawan is entertaining his fans with his social media posts. Earlier, Dhawan posted a video on his Instagram account, in which he was seen dancing with his son on a popular Bollywood track “Daddy Cool”.

“Life is so much fun with this mastikhor insaan! Sachi bolu toh daddy aur beta dono hi cool!

Love this little one,” the left-handed opener captioned the video. Other than that, Dhawan shared many videos in which he was seeing, doing home experiments, playing cricket and doing various other fun activities.

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Meanwhile, the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) is planning to resume the training session of Indian Cricket Team at National Cricket Academy (NCA) in Bengaluru. However, skipper Virat Kohli and his deputies Rohit Sharma and Ajinkya Rahane are like to remain
stranded in Mumbai as their city comes under the most affected region in India.

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