Sania Mirza Shares Cute Video Of Son Izhaan Sanitizing His Hands; Shoaib Writes ‘MashAllah’

With the global outburst of the new coronavirus, one thing that each and every person is focused upon is keeping their hands clean.

Health officers all over the globe are giving special suggestions to the people to clean their hands using soap and water or clean it making use of a sanitizer. And our Bollywood, sports and TV celebs are also taking these instructions seriously. Now, Tennis ace Sania Mirza is seen giving a special lesson to her one-year-old son, Izhaan Mirza Malik.

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The ace-badminton player took to her Instagram account today to post an adorable video of Izhaan using sanitizer to clean his hands. The player posted the video recording on her Insta handle using a special caption, "Sanitising! It’s the need of the houreven @izhaan.mirzamalik has it down. Stay safe everyone #covid19."

In the video recording shared by the ace player, Sania is seen offering the sanitizer to the love of her life (Izhaan) and asking him to clean his hands. After hearing mom’s instructions, the cutie pie takes a few drops of the liquid and rubs his hands. As Izhaan beams, Sania in the background can be heard appreciating the little boy for completing the task in a successful manner.

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The video shared by Sania turned viral all over the web in no time. The video recording got around 1,37,464 views in just a few hours of sharing it. Even Sania’s cricketer hubby Shoaib Malik also made a special comment to praise their cute son.

In the comment box, Shoaib penned, "MashAllah." Sania’s baby turned one in October last year.

by Ricky Tandon | Wed, Mar 18 - 11:09 AM

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