“I Could trade everything I have just to meet my father! I would gladly do so !” says Harbhajan Singh on Dhawan Karenge


Riding on the success of the electrifying first two episodes, Dhawan Karenge is back with a powerful third episode featuring our very own Bhajji, Harbhajan Singh from the cricket team. Shikhar and Harbhajan have been friends and confidants for a long time, and the whole cricket fandom can’t get enough of their energy and interactions. ‘Dhawan Karenge’ is a talk show hosted by the talented cricketer Shikhar Dhawan, streaming on JioCinema Premium. In the new episode, Harbhajan Singh makes an appearance and candidly opens up about his childhood memories, his family, and his father, who inspired him on how to be the ideal father.

After the success of the first two episodes featuring Bollywood star Akshay Kumar and Indian cricket team’s (uniqueness) Rishabh Pant, JioCinema’s unique talk show ‘Dhawan Karengey,’ hosted by Indian cricket’s ‘Gabbar,’ Shikhar Dhawan, continues to captivate audiences. The show features intriguing life stories, candid conversations, thrilling games, and revelations with celebrities from Bollywood, sports, and various other fields. In the upcoming episode, Shikhar will be joined by his friend, confidant, and renowned cricketer Harbhajan Singh, who will share fond childhood memories, parenting experiences, and stories about his father.

Speaking about his family, Harbhajan shares, “As a father, I want my kids to be good human beings, and I pray to God for the same. It’s their choice whatever they want to be; we will support them. I also draw a lot of inspiration from my Father. He was very hard-working. It was his dream to see me succeed and make a name for myself. It is uncanny that now I have made a mark for myself and  he’s not here to witness it. I’m sure he is watching over and blessing me. If I could trade everything I have just to meet my father, I would gladly do so.”

He concludes by adding, “The old days were the best days. At that time, I felt like there was less, but there was plenty, and now it feels like I have plenty, but it feels less.”

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