The 38-year-old retired from all forms of cricket at the Feroz Shah Kotla Stadium in the T20 match against New Zealand.
In the video, Ashish Nehra can be seen doing funny steps with a hat on his head.
Nehra felt if the conditions are like the same as Eden in South Africa, India would be at an advantage.
Former India fast bowler Ashish Nehra has backed 'under-fire' MS Dhoni to play the 2019 cricket world cup for India and believes age should not be the criteria for selection in Team India.
Nehra retired from all forms of cricket when he played his last match against New Zealand where India won by 53 runs, but it seems like the party has just begun for the 38-year old.
Nehra, who made his debut way back in 1999 under captain Mohammad Azharuddin, has left many amazed with his hunger to play for the country despite his body being ravaged with injuries.
Truly, this single picture is enough for any cricket lover to send them on a nostalgia trip.
The Indian skipper showered the pacer with praise and regards Nehra as one of the smartest guys he has played with.
1st T20I: India beat New Zealand by 53 runs in the first game of three-match series to register their maiden win against Black Caps in the shorter format.
Ashish Nehra will bid adieu to competitive cricket after playing the first T20I against New Zealand at his home ground, the Feroz Shah Kotla stadium later today.
The opening match at the Feroz Shah Kotla will be Nehra's last game in competitive cricket and India would look to bid a befitting farewell to the seamer, whose career has been characterised by many injuries and many comebacks.
The Indian pacer talks about his career so far for the past 20 years, the ups and downs and about what next is to come after retirement.
The request was being granted as a "one-time measure" as Nehra was ending his international cricket career on November 1 when India would play New Zealand in the T20I series.
Ashish Nehra said it was not a decision he made overnight and reached the conclusion after seeing the young pacers do well.
Ashish Nehra, who made his India debut in 1999, will play his last match against New Zealand in a T20 at his home ground, the Feroz Shah Kotla, on November 1.