Indian men’s cricket team's Gabbar aka Shikhar Dhawan has a huge fan base for his swag apart from his brilliant on-field performance. The international cricketer is seen multiple times enjoying with his teammates which shows his funny side. But, apart from being a promising sportsperson, Dhawan is also a man with a good heart. A recent video proves this.
On Monday, the left-handed batsman shared an Instagram reels video in which he is seen with Yuzvendra Chahal. Dhawan follows Chahal on the staircase when a popular number started playing in the background.
"Babuji Zara Dheere Chalo... Bijli Khadi Yahan Bijli Khadi..." song from Vivek Oberai's superhit movie Dum for which Sukhwinder Singh and Sonu Kakkar had lent their voices. The number featuring Czech model Yana Gupta went on to become a blockbuster and still remains in the playlist of many.
While performing on the song, Dhawan addressed Chahal as Babuji by wrapping his hands around his teammate. As soon as the duo approached near a woman staff, Gabbar referred to her as Bijli. It seemed, Dhawan warned Chahal to walk slowly as the staff was standing beside him. The video will certainly tickle your funny bones.
Apart from the funny part, Dhawan's big message with the funny video will certainly impress many.
"Humaare aas paas humaari sewa karne waale logon ko apni life ka part banakar, unhe khushi dekar jo anand milta hai uska maza alag hai aur pichey se Bhuvi bhi enjoy kar raha hai," Dhawan captioned the video.
The message means, the contentment you get when you see the happy face of people who are engaged at your service and remain around you all the time, after making them a part of your life and making them happy, is priceless.
Indeed, the depth of this message means a lot. Isn't it!
While Dhawan and Chahal are performing on the staircase, Bhuvneshwar Kumar is peeping from the gym through a window in the background.
How Dhawan Got His Nickname Gabbar?
Many think Dhawan might have got his nickname as Gabbar after making his place strong in the Indian team. But, the truth is, he was referred to as Gabbar by his Ranji team coach.
During an interview with Harsha Bhogle, Dhawan had once said that he used to field at silly-point and had a peculiar habit of cheering his teammates while fielding. During his Ranji trophy matches, when the players of the opponent team scored a good partnership, his team would get down. To cheer his team players while fielding, Dhawan used to shout ‘Bahut Yarana Lagtha Hai’.
It is needless to say, 'Bahut Yarana Lagtha Hai’ is a popular dialogue of Amzad Khan from the cult movie Sholay in which Khan portrayed the character of the antagonist Gabbar Singh.
Apart from such dialogue delivery, his tight moustache also associates his personality with Gabbar.
His fearless and attacking batting techniques prove that he can become a villain for his opponents at times of need with his bat.