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The COVID-19 outbreak has made us adopt a new lifestyle which has forced us to socially distance ourself from other people. It's been more than 50 days since we have stepped out of our homes and walked in the sun without the masks. In the midst of a coronavirus-infected world, normal life seems a far-fetched dream. However, everyone is trying to make this lockdown life look 'new normal' by indulging in new hobbies and keeping themselves busy with whatever work they find. And cricketer, Irfan Pathan gave us a glimpse of how he is spending his quarantine at home. (Recommend Read: Karan Johar's Son, Yash Johar Reveals The Reason Behind Combing His Hair And It's Adorably Hilarious)
Ifran keeps on sharing snippets of his 'happy life' with his wife, Saba Baig and son, Imran Pathan. The cricketer makes sure to keep his fans entertained with his adorable son and his little gimmicks. A few days ago, Irfan had shared a video, wherein he could be seen riding a bike while his son, Imran was sitting in the front with him. Check it out below:
On May 12, 2020, Irfan flaunted his yet another talent. He took to his Instagram handle and shared a picture with his son, Imran, wherein, we can see him cutting his son's hair. Irfan shared how he has found a new hobby amidst the quarantine and his caption can be read as "Newfound hobby during #quarantine not by choice #home #haircut #fatherhood #love @imrankpathanofficial." Check it out below:
Talking about Irfan and Saba's love story, the duo had happened to cross paths at a social gathering. And despite the fact that Saba is 10-years-younger to Irfan, the duo had fallen in love with each other. After two years of dating each other, the couple had tied the knot in 2016. On February 4, 2020, Irfan and Saba had completed four years of togetherness. The cricketer had shared an unseen picture from his intimate wedding ceremony. Along with it, he had written, "Time flies they say but the Only thing flying is me, HIGH IN LOVE! Happy anniversary wifey #love #anniversary #4years." (Also Read: Divyanka Tripathi Dahiya Tried Superstitions To Save Her Relationship With Ex-Beau, Sharad Malhotra)
In an interview with The Times of India, Irfan had talked about the importance of family. He had shared, "I consider myself very lucky to have parents who are so grounded. Not just me, I am sure there are many cricketers in India who have that good fortune. My parents taught me well and I am fortunate for that. They taught me to be simple; not just in terms of words but also in actions. The best thing parents can do for their children is to lead by example in their actions rather than in words. My parents have done that and I’m very proud of it. This has kept me grounded and that structure at home has allowed me to stay focused, even when I achieved success. My parents, my brother and now my wife - these are the people who will be there no matter what. Wickets or no wickets, runs or no runs, they are always going to smile at me the same way, give me the same food and treat me the same. I’ve tried to keep life simple. After I play games, I come back to Baroda, my home. There are many cricketers who buy flats in Mumbai and Delhi and want to host parties, and that’s great for them, but I’ve kept my life simple." (Don't Miss: Irrfan Khan Had Congratulated His Son, Babil On Seeing 'Love Bite' On His Neck)
Well, Irfan is definitely acing his daddy duties! What do you think?