Shikhar Dhawan
Shikhar Dhawan posted a flute video of him on Friday.


Shikhar Dhawan posted a flute video on Friday

Dhawan asked his fans to devise the song he played

Dhawan is expected to be named on the Sri Lankan tour squad

Shikhar Dhawan, the opener of India, played a famous Jagjit Singh song.

India’s Shikhar Dhawan opener flaunted on Friday his musical talent while he played the flute to Late Jagjit Singh’s famous song. Dhawan posted a video of him on his Instagram page playing the instrument. In the short clip, while playing flute, he is seen sitting on a yellow sofa. Dhawan also showed the picturesque view from his balcony in the footage. He called on his followers “to remain calm and to remain positive” in the country’s ongoing COVID-19 crisis.

“Soul music, stay calm, remain positive. Can you imagine the song?” Dhawan subtitled the Instagram video.

The video from Dhawan soon created a buzz on the application for photo and video sharing and was viewed 90,000 times within an hour. It also liked over 50,000.

The followers of the Southpaw showed their gratitude in the comment box for their musical talent. Many fans could guess the song, too.

The Insta user wrote in the comments box “Hothon se chu lo tum, mera geet Amar kr do.”

Dhawan’s musical talent was also valued by Ghatam Giridhar Udupa, the Indian percussionist. “Kya hai Pandit. Kya hai Pandit. Very good, very nice, “He wrote. He wrote.

Meanwhile, in the absence of regular captain Virat Kohli and his deputy Rohit Sharma, he was probably appointed stand-in skipper of the Delhi Capitals (DC) squad in the now postponed 14th season of the Indian premier league (IPL).

Kohli and Sharma would miss the tour of India to Sri Lanka, as they would be in England for the World Test Championship final (WTC). India will be on a one-day international trip to Sri Lanka (ODI) and as many T20 internationals beginning July 13.

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