Chakhal, which plays for the Royal Challengers Bangalore, is one of the few players to have left the IPL.
Yuzvendra Chachal and his familyYuzvendra Chachal and his family (source: Twitter)
Due to the threat of the coronavirus, no cricket match was interrupted for a while. The Indian Premier League, which is expected to skyrocket, has been postponed until the global pandemic has been resolved. IPL-2020 was scheduled for delivery on the 29th. We start on March 1, but due to the threat of KOVID-19, the possibility of a tournament start seems doubtful.
Since the Indian government introduced a 21-day lockdown throughout the country, everyone has been invited to stay at home. In this situation even celebrities were confined to their homes. All cricketers were invited to stay at home.
He gave them a chance to spend time with their families. Some players also use this time to communicate with their fans on social networks. Indian newcomer Yusvendra Chahal has joined TikTok and spends time in quarantine recording videos for the social networking application.
Euzvendra Chahal broadcasts the TikTok video in his quarantine.
Yuji Chahal has been involved for some time in the production of funny videos on TikTok. He’s making these videos with his family members. His father’s the one who’s been in a lot of this guy’s videos. On Monday he uploaded another clip of TikTok on Twitter.
The video that Chakhal uploaded to his official Twitter pen contained all members of his family. His father, mother and sister were in the video. He drew the video: Fantastic 4 #Family Time #QuarantineLife #StaySafeStayHome @TikTok_IN.
In the nine-second video we saw the whole Chahal family dancing to a funny melody in the background. TikTok’s scissors have been very active the past few weeks. Chahal’s introduction to the world of TikTok has given his fans a chance to see the other side of this 29-year-old.
Fantastic 4 #Family Time #QuarantineLife #StaySafeStayHome @TikTok_IN pic.twitter.com/BMoBzvvbbgo
– Euzendra Chakhal (@yuzi_chahal) 6. April 2020.
Chakhal, who plays for the Royal Challengers Bangalore, is one of the few players to have left the IPL. Chakhal made his debut with the Mumbai Indians and played the 2011, 2012 and 2013 seasons, but only played one game.
Most people don’t know this, but Chahal was a member of the Indian Mumbai team that won the T20 Champions League in 2011. The winner of the legs amazed himself in the finals of the tournament with his excellent magic.