Shikar Dhawan gestures during a match. File
In the video, the 36-year-old can be seen mimicking Gabbar's famous dialogue. He asks a man in the video, "Kitne aadmi the?" (How many men were there?)
The unidentified man replied in Punjabi with a wry smile that he did not know how many men there were. The left-handed batter's post soon went viral.
Dhawan had a fruitful season in the Indian Premier League (IPL) but wasn't included in India's T20 World Cup squad and the veteran batter later failed to make a mark in the domestic Vijay Hazare Trophy.
He last played during the white-ball tour in Sri Lanka where he led the side.
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