Shikhar Dhawan has a Net worth around an estimated $15 million Dollars in Indian Currency or just under 100 Crores rupees and his annual Salary from BCCI around 7 to 10 crores.
Shikhar Dhawan is famous for his handlebar mustache. Dhawan is a left-handed opening batsman for the Indian cricket team.
He plays for the capitals of Delhi in the IPL. He was the leading run-scorer for India at the 2015 World Cup.
He is the fastest Indian who has reached 3000 ODI runs.
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Shikhar Dhawan Career Profile
|Full Name||Shikhar Dhawan|
|Nick Name||Gabbar, Jatt-jee|
|Date of Birth||5 December 1985|
|Born Place||Delhi India|
|Height||1.80 m (5 ft 11 in)|
|Bowling||Right-arm off Spin|
|ODI debut||20 October 2010 v Australia|
|T20I debut||4 June 2011 vs West Indies|
|Test debut||14 March 2013 vs Australia|
|ODI shirt no||42|
|Father Name||Mahendra Pal Dhawan|
|Mother Name||Sunaina Dhawan|
Shikhar Dhawan Personal Life
In 2012, Dhawan married his twelve-year older girlfriend, Melbourne-based Ayesha Mukherjee, an amateur boxer. Mukherjee was introduced to Dhawan by Harbhajan Singh.
She was the mother of two daughters from her previous marriage. In the year 2014, she gave birth to a son named Zoravar.
Dhawan also adopted Ayesha’s daughters Aliyah and Rhea.
His nickname at home is Babbu. In July 2019 Dhawan listed his family home in the outer southeast of Melbourne.
Since 2015 he had shared the house in the Clyde North with his wife, his two daughters and his son.
Shikhar Dhawan House in Australia
Two bidders formed a partnership to take the pad in Clyde North – Dhawan’s house when he wasn’t touring for about 100 days a year – to $911,000, where it went in.
O’Brien sales agent Darren Hutchins said that one of the bidders, a young couple from St Albans, put the keys in his hand a few hours later.
The sale price was at the top of the $850,000 $935,000 bidding range.
Dhawan shared the four-bedroom house with pool at 6 Forest Drive with his Indian-born and Australian-grown wife Ayesha, their two daughters and their son.
CoreLogic records that the property changed hands for $730,000 in 2015.
The opening bidder was not at the auction on Sunday – he is in the West Indies preparing for some testing, which will begin on Thursday.
But Ayesha told the Herald Sun that she managed to call him shortly after the sale to tell him the good news, although there is “a slight time difference”.
Shikhar Dhawan Biography and Wiki
Shikhar Dhawan was born on 5 December 1985 in Delhi as the son of Sunaina and Mahendra Pal Dhawan in Punjabi.
He completed his school education at St. Mark’s Senior Secondary Public School, Delhi.
Since the age of 12, he has been training at Sonnet Club under the guidance of coach Tarak Sinha, who has trained 12 international cricket players.
Dhawan was a wicket-keeper when he joined the club.
Dhawan first played for the under-16s in Delhi at the 1999/00 Vijay Merchant Trophy and was the top scorer at the 2000/01 Vijay Merchant Trophy, where Delhi was runner-up.
He scored 755 runs from 9 innings with an average of 83.88 with two hundred and a top score of 199.
In February 2001 he was selected for the Vijay Hazare Trophy in the under-16s squad of the North Zone. He scored 30 and 66 goals in the semi-final against the South Zone.
His impressive performances for the U-16s in Delhi were rewarded when he was selected by the Indian U-17 team for the ACC U-17 Asia Cup 2000/01.
He played three games of the tournament with an average of 85 goals.
He was then drafted into the Delhi U-19 team for the Cooch Behar Trophy in October 2001 at the age of 15.
At the Vijay Merchant Trophy 2001/02, Dhawan impressed again with the bat, scoring 282 runs in 5 innings with an average of 70.50.
In October 2002, Dhawan was again selected for the Cooch Behar Trophy in Delhi’s U19 team, scoring 388 runs from 8 innings with an average of 55.42, including two hundred.
He was then selected for the U19 North Zone at the Vinoo Mankad Trophy in January 2003.
He scored 45 and 12 goals in the semi-final against the central zone, before scoring 71 in the final against the eastern zone on the seamless course at Rohtak to secure victory for his team in the inning.
At the CK Nayudu Trophy in February 2003, he averaged 55.50 with the bat for the northern zone U19s.
He continued to collect runs at the U19 level when he scored 444 runs from 6 innings with an average of 74 in the Cooch Behar Trophy in October, whereupon he was named captain of the Delhi U19 team.
At the MA Chidambaram Trophy, which was held in December of the same year and was his first tournament as captain, Dhawan averaged 66.66.
Dhawan played for India at the 2004 U19 World Championship in Bangladesh and became the tournament’s top scorer.
His runs averaged 84.16, with three centuries and a fifty-fold, and he was named the tournament’s top scorer.
In the two youth tests against England in January of the following year, he scored 69, 18 and 41 points.