'Good you didn’t take video of me doing jhaadu pocha' - Yuvraj Singh shares clip while washing dishes during the lockdown

‘Good you didn’t take video of me doing jhaadu pocha’ – Yuvraj Singh shares clip while washing dishes during the lockdown

Yuvraj was last seen on the cricket field during the match between India Legends and Sri Lanka Legends in March.

Yuvraj Singh
Yuvraj Singh . (Photo Source: Instagram)

Indian cricket stalwarts, during the time of lockdown, were no less than entertainers. The government had enforced lockdown in March in the wake of COVID-19 pandemic. During the lockdown, cricket stars were left with no option but to spend their time home with their families.

In their idle time, many former and current India players made sure they keep entertaining their fans during the lockdown. Notching up their social media activity, many cricketers resorted to Twitter Q&A sessions or Instagram Live interactions. A few also shared hilarious clips doing household chores during the lockdown. From Virat Kohli to Yuzvendra Chahal– several players managed to make social media interactions during the national lockdown.

Yuvraj Singh shares video captured by his mother

Former India all-rounder Yuvraj Singh, on Thursday, also recalled the national lockdown and shared a video captured by his mother Shabnam Singh. In the clip, Yuvraj can be seen doing the dishes as most people had no other option but to do the household chores on their own when the pandemic had brought India to a halt. On a lighter note, Yuvraj also mentioned that it’s good that his mother didn’t record him doing the ‘jhaadu pocha’ in the house during the lockdown.

“Maa ho ya Jagga jasoos? it’s good you didn’t take a video of me doing jhaadu pocha,” wrote Yuvraj while sharing the clip with his fans on Instagram. Yuvraj’s post, in no time, was flooded with likes and comments over the hilarious clip.

 

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Maa ho ya Jagga jasoos? 😂 it’s good you didn’t take a video of me doing jhaadu pocha 🤪 #throwbackthursday #Lockdown

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38-year-old Yuvraj, after etching an illustrious career, had announced his international retirement last year in June. Having represented India in 40 Tests, 304 ODIs, and 58 T20Is, the left-hander amassed over 10,000 runs along with scalping 148 wickets.

Since breaking into the side as a prolific youngster, Yuvraj delivered many match-winning knocks for the Men in Blue and emerged as the side’s middle-order lynchpin. No Indian can ever forget the all-rounder’s scintillating display in India’s triumph in T20 World Cup 2007 and 2011 World Cup.

Yuvraj was last seen on the cricket field during the match between India Legends and Sri Lanka Legends on 10th March in the Road Safety World Series.

Meanwhile, the coronavirus outbreak has been wreaking havoc since the past few months across India. The country has registered over 1.5 million COVID-19 positive cases and the death count has crossed 34,000. Considering the stern situation, the resumption of cricket scenario in the country looks bleak at the moment. However, the BCCI is all set to take the much-awaited IPL 2020 in UAE during September-November this year.