Indian cricketer team batsman Rohit Sharma has been winning hearts with his stellar performance on the field. The batsman is known for his game and has garnered his fame by being one of the best at it. Meanwhile, on the personal front, Sharma and wife Ritika Sajdeh were recently blessed with baby girl Samaira. As the couple constantly share pictures and videos of their little princess, on Children’s day, Rohit Sharma took to his social media to wish his little dragon sharing an unmissable video of her little childhood moments.
As we celebrate Children’s day in the country today, Rohit Sharma took to his Instagram to share an endearing video of his little daughter. Wishing his little dragon, the cricketer shared a video of Baby Samaira and her unmissable captured moments as she learns to speak. In the video shared by Sharma, Samaira is dressed in blue and white striped dress, the little munchkin looks adorable as she repeats her mother prompting ‘Baba.’ Also Read: Rohit Sharma Secretly Films Shikhar Dhawan Talking To Himself And It Is Too Funny
While Samaira goes on saying ‘Baba’ repeatedly, mother Ritika Sajdeh is heard telling the little one how her father Rohit Sharma calls her ‘Baba.’ Sharing the post for his daughter on his social media, Sharma captioned it, “Happy Children’s Day to my little dragon who lights up my life and to all the babies out there. You’re all loved and a blessing,” and called his daughter Samaira a blessing who lights up his life.
Meanwhile, recently Rohit Sharma was captured taking back toys for his little daughter as she is quite fond of them. The video of Rohit Sharma was captured by Shikhar Dhawan as the boys returned to the country after their game. Rohit Sharma and wife Ritika Sajdeh have been married since December 13, 2015, and turned parents to Samaira on December 30, 2018.
Image source: Instagram/ Rohit Sharma
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