Shikhar Dhawan opens up on his affection for son Zoravar. The tweet, which soon went popular on social media, revealed the cricketer’s difficulty by expressing his feelings over the distance and communication barrier between them.
Shikhar Dhawan, an Indian cricket veteran, highlighted the emotional difficulties of being separated from his kid for a year in a poignant statement on his son Zoravar’s ninth birthday. The tweet, which soon went popular on social media, revealed the cricketer’s difficulty by expressing his feelings over the distance and communication barrier between them.
Speaking candidly on a podcast, Dhawan emphasized that his article was not about pain, but rather about expressing his inner views. He shared it to send love to his kid after five months of no communication, hoping to prevent transferring negative energy, and he didn’t expect the message to go viral, adding that it was a heartfelt gesture. Furthermore, Dhawan expressed hope that his kid, in this technological age, would see his post and wish him happy. While strongly caring about him, Dhawan admits to being emotionally disconnected, emphasizing the wish not to force a bond.
“I wasn’t in pain. Simply expressing my thoughts. I haven’t spoken to him in five months. Just expressing my emotions. I am an emotional guy and I was just trying to send love to him. If I will be sad while thinking about him that negative energy will get him. I never imagine that this post would go viral. “I just wrote it from the heart. ” Dhawan said candidly on the Humans of Bombay podcast.
“I wrote it in the expectation that in an age of technology, my kid would read my message. Wherever he is, I hope he is happy. Perhaps one day he will come to see me. I am in love with him, yet I also feel disconnected. “I don’t want to push him,” he added.
I am a father and I am trying to do my duty: Dhawan
Shikhar Dhawan, who divorced his ex-wife Ayesha Mukherjee last year, revealed that he sends texts to Zoravar every day without knowing whether they reach him. Despite the uncertainties, he indicated acceptance of the situation, and at the time he is simply attempting to fulfill all of his obligations to Zoaravar as his father.
“Every day, I write messages to him; I’m not sure if he receives them or reads them.” I do not have any expectations. I’ve accepted it. I am a father, and I am trying to do my part. I miss him. “Sad, but I have learn to live with it. ” He continued.
“When I used to go and meet him, he was only allowed to meet twice, and only for two or three hours. I want my son to be with me. “I want to hug him,” Dhawan confessed, reflecting on the brief time he had with his son Zoravar.