“Shikhar Dhawan’s New Innings: ‘Dhawan Karenge’ Show Brings Cricket and Bollywood Together!”

Shikhar Dhawan has embarked on a new journey as the host of the talk show "Dhawan Karenge"

Shikhar Dhawan, the Indian cricketer known for his swashbuckling batting style and charismatic personality, has embarked on a new journey as the host of the talk show “Dhawan Karenge”. Produced by One Digital Entertainment and Jio Cinema, this show brings together the worlds of cricket and Bollywood in a unique and engaging way.

In “Dhawan Karenge”, Shikhar Dhawan engages in candid conversations with celebrities from various industries, including Bollywood and cricket. The show’s format is designed to be interactive, with segments like shayari banters and playful recreations of the iconic Dhawan pose. The guests on the show will not only share their experiences and insights but also participate in fun and light-hearted moments that showcase their lesser-known facets.

The first episode of “Dhawan Karenge” featured Bollywood actor Akshay Kumar, who shared his thoughts on his latest film and his fitness regime. The second episode will feature Indian cricketer Rishabh Pant, who will talk about his cricketing journey and his interests beyond the sport. Other guests lined up for the show include Taapsee Pannu, Bhuvan Bam, and Harbhajan Singh.

Shikhar Dhawan’s foray into hosting a talk show is a natural extension of his outgoing personality and his ability to connect with people from all walks of life. Despite being sidelined with a shoulder injury, Dhawan remains a dynamic and charismatic figure, and “Dhawan Karenge” is expected to showcase his wit, humor, and charm.

New episodes of “Dhawan Karenge” are released every Monday on JioCinema, and the show has already generated significant buzz among cricket and Bollywood fans. With its unique format and engaging content, “Dhawan Karenge” is poised to become a must-watch show for anyone interested in the worlds of cricket and entertainment.

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