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Suresh Raina Calls Classic Gurdas Maan Song 'relevant' To Current World Situation

Suresh Raina took to Twitter to post a tweet where he shared a video clip of an old, famous song by Gurdas Maan titled 'What will become of the world?'

Suresh Raina

The coronavirus crisis has immensely affected the whole world. The deadly virus has resulted in the cancellation of all the sporting events across the globe. One of the major sporting events that were postponed due to the coronavirus outbreak was the Indian Premier League (IPL 2020). Cricketers have quarantined themselves and have kept themselves busy by being active on social media.

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Suresh Raina says it's time for us to introspect

On Monday, CSK star Suresh Raina took to Twitter to post a tweet where he shared a video clip of a famous song by Punjabi singer Gurdas Maan. The song is titled in English 'What will become of the world?'. Suresh Raina posted this video as a reference to the current situation in the world. Suresh Raina wrote that because of our wrong deeds and ignorance, the world was in turmoil.

Suresh Raina further wrote that it was time for introspection and hoped that we will learn from our mistakes. In the end, Suresh Raina thanked singer Gurdas Maan for the song. Let's take a look at Suresh Raina's tweet, which was also liked by his India teammates Harbhajan Singh and Shikhar Dhawan.

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Suresh Raina's recent donation

Suresh Raina came forward in the nation's fight to combat coronavirus. The southpaw pledged to donate a sum of ₹52 lakh for the fight against Coronavirus. The 2011 World Cup winner further added that out of that amount, a sum of ₹31 lakh will be donated to the PM CARES Fund while the other ₹21 lakh will be given to the UP CM’s Disaster Relief Fund. Meanwhile, Raina also urged one and all to do their bit as well.

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