'Maa ne bachpan ka shararaton ka badla le liya' - Yuzvendra Chahal's funny tiktok video with family is trending

‘Maa ne bachpan ka shararaton ka badla le liya’ – Yuzvendra Chahal’s funny tiktok video with family is trending

Chahal has his own way of spending time while staying at home.

Yuzvendra Chahal
Yuzvendra Chahal. (Photo Source: Instagram)

The Coronavirus pandemic has forced the cricketers resort to different tactics to keep themselves entertained. While some of them are busy spending time on social media giving and taking interviews and answering interesting questions from fans, few are busy making hilarious Tiktok videos. India leg-spinner Yuzvendra Chahal comes in the latter category as he has posted several videos on the video-sharing social networking service.

Earlier, Chahal left his fans in splits by recording the videos with his friends. And now the leggie is slowly but surely bringing his family into picture. Previously, he uploaded a video with his father shooting a famous convo between the dad and son regarding the result of the exams.

This time around, Yuzvendra Chahal has included his mother as well. In the video uploaded on Instagram, it could be seen that the cricketer’s mother is trying his father, who is talking on phone, from behind. However, Chahal intervenes and stops his mother. But she leaves the stick in her son’s hands itself portraying that he was only going to hit his father.

The video is quite funny as his father hits Yuzvendra Chahal left, right and centre. The 29-year-old captioned the video superbly stating that his mother made him pay for his childhood’s mischeivous behaviour. “Maa ne Bachpan Ki shararton ka badla le Liya  #quarantine #familytime #stayathome,” the video caption read.

Here’s the video:

India fighting against Coronavirus

Meanwhile, the Indian cricketing fraternity has come forward to help the needy people during this Coronavirus crisis. The BCCI has led from the front donating Rs 51 crore to the PM CARES Fund while the likes of Rohit Sharma and Virat Kohli have played their part in the donation too.

Sachin Tendulkar, Suresh Raina, Ishant Sharma, Richa Ghosh, Mithali Raj, Poonam Yadav, Ajinkya Rahane among others have duly donated the money to the relief funds to help the country fight the pandemic. But the number of positive cases are increasing in India day by day. It went past the 2000-mark on Wednesday and the authorities are trying their best to break the transmission of Coronavirus at some point.