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WATCH: Virender Sehwag's Message From A Swing Is Just What You Need This Monday Morning

Written By Diyali Banerjee | Mumbai | Published:

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  • Indian cricketer Virender Sehwag recently shared his hack to happiness and the internet couldn't agree more.
  • He took to social media on Monday, April 15, and shared a video of him swinging on a swing.

Indian cricketer Virender Sehwag recently shared his hack to happiness and the internet couldn't agree more. He took to social media on Monday, April 15, and shared a video of him swinging on a swing. The 40 years old cricketer can be seen carrying a huge smile on his face as he enjoyed the to and fro ride. Sharing a life lesson in the post the actor said that 'play with your life rather than life playing with you'. 

Talking about how he is a child at heart, Sehwag captioned the post saying, "Dil toh Bachha hai ji ! Zindagi ke mazzey lo, isse pehle Zindagi aapke mazzey le ! Play with your life rather than life playing with you. Life full on Mass enjoy!"

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Sehwag who is known as one of the most destructive batsmen of all time announced his retirement from all formats of cricket and IPL on 20 October 2015. However, he is very outspoken and active in expressing his views on issues. Recently, he opened up about former colleague Mahendra Singh Dhoni and said that he was let off easily for his angry outburst on umpire Ulhas Gandhe and said that he should have been "banned for two to three games" to set a proper example.

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Dhoni has docked only 50 per cent of his match fees for entering the field of play to confront Gandhe for backtracking on a waist-high no-ball. He has been criticised by one and all but Sehwag is the first A list former India cricketer to demand suspension for his one-time teammate.

"I feel Dhoni was let off easy and should have been banned for at least 2-3 games. Because if he did this, tomorrow another captain can do the same. Then what is the value of an umpire," Sehwag, known for his straight talk, was quoted as saying by the 'Cricbuzz' website. 

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