The southpaw hit seven fours in a 47-ball stay at the crease.
Dhawan now has 33 IPL fifties and needs five more to surpass all-time leader David Warner (37).
He is the fifth highest run-scorer in the IPL at the moment.
The senior cricketer went past KKR's Robin Uthappa in terms of runs scored (4,121).
Raina four catches away from registering three-figure mark
Suresh Raina picked up the important catch of Colin Ingram.
The veteran southpaw now has 96 catches in the tourney and is four away from becoming the first player in IPL to notch the three-figure mark.
Raina (30) equalled the likes of MS Dhoni and AB de Villiers in terms of sixes hit in IPL (186).
Mishra edges closer towards Malinga's all-time record
Amit Mishra (148) needs two more wickets to get to the mark of 150 in IPL. He also needs seven more to surpass all-time record wicket-taker Lasith Malinga (154). With today's performance, Mishra now has 50 wickets at Kotla.