Shikhar Dhawan had his group of spectators in parts on a syndicated program when he portrayed an episode about a photograph with wicketkeeper-batsman Rishabh Pant that circulated around the web as of late. Shikhar Dhawan showed up on India TV's Aap Ki Adaalat and was gotten some information about a photograph of Pant sitting on his lap. The photograph, taken during India's T20I arrangement against South India, before long prompted a few images, particularly with Rishabh Pant under the scanner for some disappointing exhibitions and poor shot choice.
"He just came and sat on my lap," Dhawan said.
"I let him know 'Rishabh, get up, somebody will click a photograph. I don't love folks that much that I'll cause them to sit on my lap,'" he included as the crowd burst out in giggling.
"Be that as it may, he is 21-22 years, and he doesn't tune in. So he sat on my lap and said 'I will stay here as it were'. So I said 'Sit, what would i be able to do?'" Dhawan said.
"He is youthful and chipper like most folks his age," Dhawan included.
Rishabh Pant has gone under weight following disillusioning exhibitions against South Africa in the T20I arrangement. He rapidly turned into a noteworthy idea after India's lead trainer Ravi Shastri and batting mentor Vikram Rathour cautioned him exaggerating thoughtless cricket.
In any case, Shikhar Dhawan feels that his kindred southpaw has the ability to wear the national group shirt for quite a while to come. "Rishabh Pant is skilled. With his ability, he will serve India for quite a while," Dhawan said.
Whenever inquired as to whether Pant expected to concentrate more on his batting, Dhawan said that the youthful gloveman was buckling down and this is only a period of inappropriate behavior.
"He is totally engaged and buckling down. Now and again there is only a circumstance where you can't perform. Be that as it may, he is taking in a great deal from his voyage," Dhawan said.
"I am certain he will become familiar with a great deal. A player like him ought to be upheld," the left-gave opener said.
Shikhar Dhawan as of late rediscovered his structure after a disillusioning voyage through West Indies. In the second T20I against South Africa, Dhawan helped India's pursuit with a familiar 31-ball 40. In the third match, he top-scored for the Men dressed in Blue with a 25-ball 36 on a pitch where every one of his countrymen battled to have an effect with the willow.