Yuzvendra Chahal uploads new tik-tok video with father in quarantine period
Chahal has been busy increasing his fandom on tik-tok.
Published - Mar 26, 2020 7:21 pm | Updated - Mar 26, 2020 7:22 pm
Yuzvendra Chahal has been one of India’s gun bowlers in limited-overs cricket. After Ravi Ashwin and Ravindra Jadeja faced some tough times, it was Chahal, who came in and made some serious inroads. With quite some experience under his belt, the Haryana spinner has turned out to be the captain’s go-to-man in critical situations. He has looked rusty at times, but has made comebacks.
Though he hasn’t played Test cricket, Chahal has conjured praises for his performances in white-ball cricket. Chahal was set to play for the Royal Challengers Bangalore in the 2020 edition of the Indian Premier League (IPL). However, he might have to wait for quite some time before taking the field again. The same is because the coronavirus pandemic has led to lockdown in the entire world.
The people have been advised to stay at home as a precautionary measure. On Tuesday, March 24, Narendra Modi, the Honourable Prime Minister of India, said that India would be locked down for 21 days until April 14. During their time in self-isolation, the cricketers have been posting videos where they could be seen having fun with their kids and also finding ways to continue training.
Yuzvendra Chahal having some fun
Chahal, on the other hand, has been busy increasing his fandom on tik-tok. Previously, he posted a video where he danced along with a couple of girls. Then he shared a clip where he was seen in a jolly mood with one of his friends. Now during this quarantine period, Chahal has formed another video, this time with his father. In the clip, both of them can be seen, shaking a leg.
Chahal said that it was his first video on tik-tok along with his father. The tweaker captioned the video and wrote, “My first TikTok video with dad Dad & Son #Quarantine #staysafe.”
Here is Chahal’s video
— Yuzvendra Chahal (@yuzi_chahal) March 26, 2020
In the meantime, in India, the COVID-19 cases have exceeded 600 and the numbers are expected to soar even further. The death tolls have also reached 15 and the situation doesn’t seem to get any better. Countries like Italy, Spain and Iran have had to bear the brunt of the virus even more.