Indian cricket team opener Shikhar Dhawan is working to distribute happiness during the coronavirus. Dhawan reached Hindu Refugee Colony near Majlis Park station. He provided the facility of cricket kit, toilet, and bed. Many Hindu refugees from Pakistan live in this area, which is looked after by the Delhi Riding Club Foundation. Due to the Coronavirus, all cricket activities in India are braced. The cricketers are spending time with family at home. Meanwhile, Shikhar Dhawan is trying to help people out of the house. Due to this, a video of Dhawan feeding cows also went viral on social media.
Shikhar Dhawan, who reached the Hindu Refugee Colony, said, 'I like to contribute to the society and it was a great experience. The Delhi Riding Club Foundation is doing a lot of work there, so it was good to collaborate with them. I am in a situation where I can contribute in that direction. It gives me a lot of happiness and peace.'
The residents of the refugee colony had no idea about Shikhar Dhawan's visit, which made it more special. Dhawan further said, 'At first he was quite shocked. He was very happy that I came to meet him. I could feel their happiness. He asked me about my mustache and thy five (Shikhar Dhawan's signature celebration style). He said that he enjoys my sport and my celebration on the field.'
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