Shikhar Dhawan Birthday: Former cricket legendary Virender Sehwag remains in the public limelight for sharing the craziest and funny videos. India's threatning opener wishes gave him such a compliment that he will probably never forget on his birthday anniversary. His fans and cricket lovers affectionately call him 'Gabbar'. As Shikhar Dhawan turned 35 today, wishes started pouring in for him countrywide. But Sehwag distinguishly wished his former teammate. Veeru came up with another gem and took to Twitter wishing Dhawan on his special day.
Meanwhile, Team India lost the ODI series by 2-1 while Men in Blue clinches a dominant win in the first T20.
Indian cricket team star batsman Shikhar Dhawan is turned 35 years old today, he was born on 5 December 1985 in New Delhi. Dhawan has played 34 Tests, 139 ODIs, and 62 T20 matches for India. Dhawan is currently is on the Australia tour for a two-month-long-tour that includes three ODIs, three T20Is, and four Tests.
Many Many happy returns of the day to a ever smiling guy I admire a lot , @SDhawan25 . Sasural mein khoob khoob run banao baaki matches mein bhi aur har khushi manaao. May you get to have many more celebrations , itni ki jaanghein laal ho jaayein . pic.twitter.com/8U5MVHLlaX— Virender Sehwag (@virendersehwag) December 5, 2020
Shikhar Dhawan, popularly known as ''Gabbar’' is currently playing against Australia in the 2020-21 tour down Under. The stylish southpaw is one of the most successful white-ball openers the team had in a long time. Dhawan is known for his ever-smiling and jolly go attitude on and off-field. Although, Dhawan hasn't made his presence felt throughout the Australian tour. So, we expect Dhawan to make a strong come back in the forthcoming T20 matches.
Virender Sehwag wrote to post a picture of Dhawan look alike on Twitter, "smiling man Shikhar Dhawan so after a Happy anniversary.'' Posting a photo of Dhawan's lookalike, he wrote, 'Happy birthday to the person whom the English commentators call Shika, you should be the one who always gets Team India out of the trouble, and sets the foundation for India's victory.''
Dhawan made his ODI debut against Australia in 2010 and Test in 2013 against the same team. In 2016, he became the fastest Indian to score 3,000 career ODI runs and the star cricketer hit the fastest century in 85 balls in his maiden Test. He has so far played in 34 Tests scoring 2,315 runs and 139 ODIs with 5,808 and counting runs.