Shikhar Dhawan
Shikhar Dhawan, on his Instagram, posted a video of himself.


Shikhar Dhawan posted a video of himself on Instagram on his account Shikhar Dhawan.

He was holding on to a pull-up bar for dear life

He was not selected for the Indian team in the WTC Final.

With regard to the ‘Make people think it’s a photo challenge, Shikhar Dhawan, the stand-in captain for the upcoming Sri Lanka tour, recently posted a video on Instagram in which he performs the task.

Shikhar Dhawan, on Thursday, completed the “Make People Think It’s a Photo” challenge by uploading a video of himself on Instagram. A close-up clip of India’s ODI and T20I captain hanging from a pull-up bar with his mouth wide open demonstrates the following statement: It is not a photo but rather a video. “As you wish,” Dhawan posted on the post. Shreyas Iyer, who plays with him on his DC team, was among the first to react. Emoticons were falling from the sky in Iyer’s comments section.

Social media influencers have also adopted the #NotaPhoto challenge (aka Make People Think It’s a photo). You have to post a video of you freezing in place to make it look like a picture for your participation. Then, after the music dies down, they walk to the spot where they had been sitting and reveal that it was a reel and not a picture.

New Zealand captain Kane Williamson led his team to victory on Wednesday, winning the WTC for the first time in history.

Next month, Harbhajan Singh will lead India in a six-match (three ODIs and three T20Is) series against Sri Lanka. Currently, Dhawan, together with other members of India’s twenty-member squad for the upcoming Sri Lanka tour, are staying in Mumbai for two weeks due to the two-week quarantine the team members have to go through as part of their preparations for the Sri Lanka tour.

On Tuesday, the players were allowed to hit the team’s gym and train in a group after spending one week in isolation.

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