India cricketer Yuzvendra Chahal on Tuesday took a hilarious, yet effective route to caution the citizen of the country and spread awareness about the deadly coronavirus pandemic. Also Read - Amid COVID-19, Researchers Develop Tool to Detect Antivirus Antibody in Just 20 Minutes
The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) posted the video in the cricketer’s popular Chahal TV section, where the leg-spinner interviews cricketers at different venues. Also Read - 'Don't You Explain This to Your CMs?': BJP Hits Back at Rahul Over His 'Lockdown Not Solution' Remark
In the video, Chahal gives his fans a tour of his house and introduces them to his two dogs, his mother and his sister. The cricketer is making the most of his time during the 21-day lockdown to stop the spread of the COVID-19. Also Read - Model Martina Big Donates Old Bras, Says Her Lingerie Is Huge Enough to Make 12 Masks
He also advised the citizens to stay indoors and only go out if they need ‘free massage’ by the police, who have been patrolling the streets.
BCCI captioned the tweet, “A special message from @yuzi_chahal in our latest Chahal TV – Home Edition episode.”
The RCB cricketer, with his hilarious videos on TikTok, has become a popular figure on the video-blogging platform.
Chahal was a part of the limited-overs side that recently toured New Zealand.
The pandemic has severely affected the world of sports, as major events have been postponed or called off. The cash-rich Indian Premier League has also been put on hold till April 15. It is highly unlikely under the current scenario that the IPL will take place.