Shikhar Dhawan’s hilarious reaction after spotlight falls on him: The Indian opening batsman was interrupted twice during the presser.
Apart from possessing formidable abilities with the bat at the top of the order, India opening batsman Shikhar Dhawan also possesses a hysterical sense of humour. While his jolly nature is usually portrayed on the field, he is as good when it comes to making people laugh off it.
Treating Dhawan’s laughable sequences as a web-series, its last three episodes involved him hilariously answering the reporters during the tour of New Zealand, reacting to Rohit Sharma becoming a father and doing his trademark “thigh-five” after winning the ‘Man of the Series’ in the T20I series during the tour of Australia.
Like any watchable series, Dhawan doesn’t make his fans wait for subsequent episodes. After the fourth ODI of the ongoing series against Australia, Dhawan unintentionally ended up recording the latest episode where he was once again witnessed busting the media persons into laughter.
Shikhar Dhawan continues to entertain one and all
Attending the press conference on behalf of the Indian team, Dhawan was addressing the reporters regarding him not reading much into what is being said about him in the media. Coming on the back of a lean patch, the southpaw was being severely criticized lately.
Laying emphasis on him living in his own world, Dhawan eventually found himself under the limelight as a bright spot of light was being accidentally targeted to his face. “Such a bright light,” Dhawan was quoted as saying funnily. His words were followed by humourous expressions which made everyone see the funny side of things.
As the light turned off, Dhawan continued with his answer. Just when he was mentioning about performing best when calm and composed, he seemed to have lost his composure for a brief second as the spotlight once again was pointed towards him.
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— ESPNcricinfo (@ESPNcricinfo) March 11, 2019
How Twitter reacted:
Was definitely a highlight of the Indian innings, well played.🏏🇦🇺👍🏏
— JuliaPC423 (@JuliaPC423) March 11, 2019
even non living things are haunting Indians.😂
— Faizan Ali (@alifaizan09) March 11, 2019
Shikhar Dhawan gets to 10000 List A runs and becomes the 11th Indian to do so. 121* is also his highest ODI score at home. #INDvsAUS
— Cricbuzz (@cricbuzz) March 10, 2019
Here comes the 16th ODI Century for Daddy D ✌️✌️. What a knock this has been by @SDhawan25 👏👏
— BCCI (@BCCI) March 10, 2019
India and Australia will play the last and deciding ODI of the ongoing series on Wednesday at Delhi.