India cricketer Shikhar Dhawan, who is spending his time staying indoors during the coronavirus lockdown, shared a video on Tuesday on Instagram where he is cleaning his house to keep himself busy. Also Read - Coronavirus in Noida: 27 Fresh Cases Reported in a Day, Total Active Cases Now 209; 4-Year-Old Recovers
Dhawan has the company of his son Zoravar, whom he credits for the creative idea. His job becomes easier as all the dirt which he has collected can be transferred into a dustpan which is attached to a remote-control car operated by his son. Also Read - COVID-19: Six-fold Jump in Cases, Five-fold Surge in Fatalities After a Month: Is Worst Yet to Come For India?
“Zoraver ne dikha diya ki boss kaun hai What an idea sirjee #ZoraversIdea,” wrote Dhawan while sharing the video. Also Read - J&K Admin Asks Staff to Attend Work From Today, Order Doesn't Go Down Well With Lower-rung Employees
During the crisis, the 34-year-old Indian opener is not only keeping his house neat and clean but also giving major father-son goals. From playing cricket with his son to spreading awareness among the citizens about the virus, Dhawan has upped his social game, like most of his fellow cricketers, during the lockdown.
Dhawan, who was slated to play for the Delhi Capitals in the cash-rich Indian Premier League as the T20 tournament has been postponed indefinitely due to the lockdown.
With most sporting events getting postponed or canceled, uncertainty hovers over the T20 World Cup, which is slated to take place later this year in Australia.