Rohit Sharma expresses his concern through #10YearChallenge trend

Rohit is currently in Australia playing the ODI series.

Rohit Sharma
Rohit Sharma. (Photo Source: Twitter)

It has taken only a few days in 2019 for a new trend to go viral on social media. #10YearChallenge is trending at the moment as most of the people, including the celebrities and cricketers, are busy posting pictures of theirs in 2009 and 2019. They are reflecting on what they went through in these 10 years. Meanwhile, Rohit Sharma has a different take on this and unlike others, has expressed his concern on a major issue through the ’10 year challenge’ trend.

Currently in Australia, the Indian vice-captain highlighted how underwater life has been affected over the last 10 years. He has indirectly given a message on how, as a human being, it is our responsibility to take care of the fishes who are diminishing very fast these days.

Rohit shared a collage of two pictures with one depicting beautiful underwater life with fishes enjoying their time and the other with nothing in it. The first picture was of 2009 while the other represented the current scenario and this is surely a great way from the cricketer to make people aware of the situation.

Here’s Rohit’s tweet:

Rohit supporting a social cause

This is not the first time that Rohit Sharma has made his fans and followers aware of the present environmental situation. He previously joined hands with the former England cricketer Kevin Pietersen is saving Rhinos. He supported Sorai – 2k18 cause and also promoted it by using the picture of Rhino on his bat during one of the matches last year.

While the world is having fun over the recent trend, Rohit’s step has definitely won the hearts of many and will affect the most in a positive way.

As far as his on-field engagement is concerned, the Indian opener will take the field on Friday in the last ODI against Australia at the iconic Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG).

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