Indian cricket captain Rohit Sharma made a special appearance on the season premiere of YouTube chat show Breakfast with Champions.

Rohit's wife Ritika Sajdeh and daughter Samaira also accompanied him for the special episode. However, to double the fun, multi-award winning musician, Ed Sheeran, also joined Rohit and hosts Gaurav Kapur for an interesting conversation regarding cricket, music and whatnot.

During the show, Sheeran also fulfilled Samaira's wish as he sang a song for her. The 33-year-old performed a verse of his superhit song 'Bad Habits'. "My bad habits lead to late nights endin' alone,” Sheeran was heard as singing.

“Conversations with a stranger I barely know. Swearin' this will be the last, but it probably won't I got nothin' left to lose, or use, or do.

“My bad habits lead to you." A video of the same has gone viral on social media.

Meanwhile, Rohit is currently playing for Mumbai Indians in the Indian Premier League (IPL). Rohit lost his captaincy to Hardik Pandya ahead of the IPL 2024 season and has been playing as a pure batter this time around. He scored 38 off 24 balls on Thursday as MI defeated RCB at the Wankhede Stadium.

After the IPL, Rohit is set to lead India at the T20 World Cup in the West Indies and the USA. However, there has been talks surrounding Rohit's future with the Indian team.

During the same chat, Rohit opened up on his future, saying that retirement isn't something that he has in his mind at the moment. The 36-year-old asserted that he is determined to help India win the T20 World Cup, as well as the World Test Championship (WTC) next year.

"I haven't really thought about retirement,” Rohit responded. “But, I don't know where life takes you.

“I am still playing well at this point in time - so I am thinking I am going to continue for a few more years and then, I don't know. I really want to win the World Cup and there is a WTC final in 2025, hopefully India makes it."

Under Rohit's captaincy, India lost the ODI World Cup and the WTC final last year, going down to Australia on both occasions.