ICC Champions Trophy 2017: Rohit Sharma introduced the Bahubali of Team India. It isn't Virat Kohli! [Watch Video]

ICC Champions Trophy 2017: While Bahubali may signify a hard-hitting batsman in the team, it is not MS Dhoni or Yuvraj Singh

‘Bahubali’ the magnum opus of SS Rajamouli raked in the moolah at the box-office shattering all records. ‘Bahubali’ is a Hindi term which literally means ‘strongest’. So who is the strongest in the Indian Cricket Team which is now in England for the ICC Champions Trophy 2017. India won their first fixture against Pakistan, a match which had high billing. Rohit Sharma and the rest of the famed top order comprising of Shikhar Dhawan, Virat Kohli and Yuvraj Singh all were among runs as they got 50’s. This shows India is the team to beat in this tournament. Coincidentally India is also defending its crown which it won in 2013. Well, Ajinkya Rahane who did not get to play the first match is very much a part of the blues and he is there in England along with his entire family, his wife and his little one.

We already know that Shikhar Dhawan’s family is also in England, his little son Zoravar was seen playing with Rohit Sharma while they were travelling to Birmingham. But this time it is Rohit Sharma who has introduced this cute little baby who happens to be Shikhar Dhawan’s son, Zoravar. While Bahubali may signify a hard-hitting batsman in the team, it is not MS Dhoni or Yuvraj Singh.

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Taking to Instagram, Rohit Sharma posted a video which read: ‘Always fun when your with the Bahubali of #TeamIndia.” Dhawan’s love life is quite interesting. His wife Ayesha, an amateur boxer, is 12 years older than him and the Indian batsman had a tough time convincing his parents as they had reservations about the age difference between the two. They got engaged in 2009 and married in 2012. Zarovar is their only child and he seems to have won everyone’s hearts in the team.

India will play neighbours Sri Lanka next which promises to be a easy game for India, but with the stringent format it is really hard to predict the winners.