Rohit Sharma's Daughter Samaira's Cute Smile Lights Up Social Media. Watch
Rohit Sharma's daughter Samaira was born on December 31 when her father was in Australia.
Rohit Sharma's wife Ritika Sajdeh shared a video of Samaira
The fans showered love on the adorable kid's smiling video
Rohit recently became the leading run-scorer in T20 International cricket
Rohit Sharma's wife Ritika Sajdeh shared a video of their new-born daughter Samaira smiling on Instagram and the fans showered love on the adorable kid on Tuesday. While many users admired the "cute smile", a few claimed that her smiling face looks similar to India vice-captain Rohit Sharma. Having tied the knot with Ritika in December 2015, Rohit became the proud father of a girl on December 31. Then, he was on the tour of Australia, where India registered their first-ever Test and bilateral One-day International (ODI) series wins.
Rohit returned from Australia to Mumbai to attend to his wife Ritika Sajdeh and the child after her birth. He re-joined the Indian squad on January 8 for a three match ODI series that India won 2-1.
Earlier, the Indian opener had shared the first glimpse of the new-born baby. Along with the photograph, he wrote, "Well hello world! Let's all have a great 2019."
Well hello world! Let's all have a great 2019 pic.twitter.com/N1eJ2lHs8A— Rohit Sharma (@ImRo45) January 3, 2019
The photograph created a stir on social media, with the tweet garnering over 1.5k comments and 37k likes in a matter of two hours.
Rohit recently became the leading run-scorer in T20 International cricket, surpassing New Zealand batsman Martin Guptill.
Even though India lost the three-match T20I series in New Zealand 1-2, the stand-in skipper picked up some "positives and mistakes" from the tough tour to move ahead.
India were eyeing a first-ever T20I series win in New Zealand following a 4-1 triumph in the five-match ODI series.
The 1-2 series defeat was India's first T20I series loss after winning eight and drawing two.
Up next, India will host Australia for five ODIs and two T20Is, starting February 24.