Dhawan's delightful 69 dwarfed Agarwal's unbeaten 99 as Delhi Capitals defeated Punjab Kings by seven wickets.
Rahul has flown to Mumbai for surgery and further treatment.
The 25-year-old from Moga hit back at a troll on Instagram which compared him to Bollywood star Akshay Kumar from the movie 'Singh Is Bliing'.
The youngster from Monga scored an unbeaten 25 and picked up the big wickets of Kohli, Maxwell and de Villiers to set up the emphatic win over RCB.
The win took Punjab (6) to fifth place behind Mumbai Indians (6) in the points table from the sixth place, while RCB (10) remained at number three.
The Punjab Kings batsman also urged the Indians to get themselves vaccinated at the earliest.
K L Rahul's solid unbeaten half-century and a disciplined bowling effort helped Punjab Kings tame Mumbai Indians by nine wickets and snap their three-match losing streak.
Khaleel Ahmed (3/21) and Abhishek Sharma (2/24) shone as Sunrisers bowled out Punjab Kings for 120.
Saxena was part of Mumbai Indians, Royal Challengers Bangalore and Delhi Capitals squads in the past, but never got a chance to showcase his skills on the big stage.
Dhawan looked in sublime form during his 49-ball 92 that was studded with 13 fours and two sixes.