Shikhar Dhawan tweeted that Zoravar was always a “bit nervous” initially when feeding the animals but eventually started enjoying the process.
Shikhar Dhawan has been using this coronavirus enforced break to teach his son Zoravar various things. On Monday Shikhar shared a video of his family members enjoying feeding animals. In the video, Zoravar can be sen feeding mangoes & bananas to monkeys & calves under the supervision of his elders. Shikhar also mentioned in his tweet that Zoravar in the initial stage was “a bit nervous” in the beginning but eventually started enjoying it. “Feeding animals brings pure joy to our entire family. Zoraver was a bit nervous but he enjoyed every second out here,” Dhawan tweeted.
Last week, Dhawan has shared a video where he & Zoravar took turns to ride a horse. In the beginning, Shikhar himself enjoyed the ride & later he gave chance to Zoravar to sit on the back of the horse & enjoy the ride. “Teaching Zoraver the joy of horseback riding. He enjoyed time spent with his new friend,” Dhawan captioned the video.
Dhawan has been posting a lot of videos on his various social media accounts giving his followers an insight into his routine with most of his videos featuring Zoravar. Recently Shikhar also posted a video in which Zoravar was dressed in a superhero costume & was cooking chappati.
Before the coronavirus pandemic, Dhawan was getting himself ready to play for his team Delhi Capitals in the IPL 2020. Dhawan who missed India’s tour of New Zealand due to an injury was looking forward to using the IPL as a platform to regain his form & prove his need & worth to the national selectors & get back to the Indian team. However, with the record daily rise in coronavirus cases in the country, the chances of IPL happening on home soil are very slim.
However, the BCCI has not ruled out the possibility of conducting the IPL this year & is looking for other countries as an option to host the IPL 2020. According to reports, the T20 World Cup in Australia is set to be postponed, with the IPL utilizing the September-November window to conduct its 13th edition.