Dad Shikhar Dhawan’s emotional note for Zoravar’s birthday- Blocked everywhere, miss you

Shikhar Dhawan Expresses Heartbreak Over Year-Long Separation from Son.

Shikhar Dhawan sent birthday wishes to his son on Instagram, expressing his regret at not being able to meet him for a year.

Image Showing Dad Shikhar Dhawan's emotional note for Zoravar's birthday- Blocked everywhere, miss you

Indian cricketer Shikhar Dhawan is facing a challenging time off the field. While not currently part of the Indian national team’s plans in any format, he serves as the captain for the Indian Premier League franchise Punjab Kings. Despite maintaining his professional commitments, Dhawan is grappling with personal difficulties. He has been separated from his wife Ayesha Mukherjee, and, sadly, he has not been able to meet his son Zoravar in person for a year. In an emotional Instagram post, Dhawan shared that he has been blocked from all virtual platforms that could connect him to his son.

In October of this year, a Delhi court granted divorce to Shikhar Dhawan on the grounds of “cruelty” inflicted on the renowned Indian cricketer by his estranged wife Aesha Dhawan.

The court also provided Dhawan with mandatory visitation rights to meet his son in both India and Australia. It ordered Aesha to facilitate bringing their son to India for visitation, including overnight stays with Dhawan and his family, as well as during school holidays. However, it appears that Dhawan is currently unable to connect with his son virtually, let alone meet him in person.

Dhawan’s poignant Instagram post stated, “It’s been a year since I saw you in person, and now, for almost three months, I’ve been blocked from everywhere. Still, posting the same picture to wish you, my boy, a very Happy Birthday.”

Even if I can’t talk to you in person, I feel a special connection with you in my thoughts. I’m

Even though I can’t be with you in person, I send you messages almost every day. I ask how you’re doing, share updates about my life, and want to know about yours.

proud of you, and I know you’re doing well and becoming an amazing person.

“Dad always thinks about you and cares for you. He’s happy and looks forward to the day we’ll see each other again, thanks to God’s grace. Have fun, but be good, kind, patient, and strong.”