new Delhi. When luck turns around, nothing can be said. If you want to see the most amazing example of this, then you can take it from the Pandya Brothers of Indian cricket. In childhood, the Pandya family was so poor that the two brothers did not even have enough money to eat. Even at times, both brothers used to eat 5 rupees Maggi on the ground and eradicate hunger. But today with their hard work and dedication, they are at that point that money is like scum for them.
Today, the status of the Pandya family can be gauged from the 1.01 crore Rolex diamond-studded watch in the hands of Hardik Pandya. Hardik fond of more expensive clothes and watches than today is celebrating his 27th birthday. Let’s know the special aspects of his life.
– Krunal Pandya (@krunalpandya) October 10, 2020
Had met his father’s interest in cricket
Hardik and Krunal Pandya were involved in a craze for cricket with their father Himanshu Pandya, who traded finance in Surat and took his two sons to show him local matches. Himanshu had to face financial troubles due to loss of business and in 1998 he shifted to Vadodara. There was a shortage of money in the house, but despite this, Himanshu gave his two sons admission to the cricket academy of former Indian cricketer Kiran More in Vadodara. After going to this academy, Hardik’s name suddenly became very famous.
Let’s rewind the clock and relive his match-winning against Australia
– BCCI (@BCCI) October 11, 2020
Used to practice on the field all day
Hardik Pandya was so crazy about cricket that he used to forget everything in front of practice. Many times he used to go to the academy grounds in the morning and spent the whole day there practicing with his brother. Maggi food of 5 rupees was also started from here on feeling hungry.
Many happy returns of the day @ hardikpandya7. Wishing you a fabulous year ahead.
Virat Kohli (@imVkohli) October 11, 2020
Irfan gifted the bat, there was no money to buy bat
Hardik Pandya’s family’s financial condition was so bad that he did not have the money to buy a bat. Even while playing for Mumbai, he was not sponsored by any bat manufacturer. In 2014, former Indian all-rounder Irfan Pathan gifted him 2 bats.
– ABDULLAH NEAZ (@abdullah_neaz) October 11, 2020
An innings changed the whole life
It is said that one moment is enough to change someone’s life. Something similar happened with Hardik. He scored a mere 57-ball 82 against Baroda for Mumbai in the West Zone match, which was witnessed by then IPL team Mumbai Indians coach John Wright and he was heartened. Immediately, Hardik was in the hands of a contract of Rs 10 lakh from Mumbai Indians. After this, it was as if there was a rain of money in his life. In the same season, he made everyone crazy by playing an innings of 63 off 31 balls against KKR.
– Mumbai Indians (@mipaltan) October 11, 2020
Today Mumbai Indians gives 11 crores rupees
Hardik, who started a career in the Indian Premier League (IPL) with a mere Rs 10 lakh contract for Mumbai Indians in 2015, is worth Rs 11 crore for IPL-2020. But to reach this money, Hardik has also proved himself very useful for the team in the league. Hardik has so far scored 1203 runs in 72 matches for Mumbai in the IPL at a tremendous strike rate of 155.22 and an average of 29.34, while also taking 42 wickets for the team and taking 48 catches. In IPL-2019, he scored 402 runs and took 14 wickets. Hardik’s specialty has always been a charismatic performance with a bat or ball when the rest of the team’s batsmen have flopped. Hence, team’s mistress Nita Ambani also likes Hardik a lot.
On Pandya’s birthday, a look back at his remarkable off balls in the Champions Trophy final.
Although the knock came in a losing cause, stats show that he played throughout with 100% control, with no runs made of miscues or edges pic.twitter.com/NJJzolDmiv
– ICC (@ICC) October 11, 2020
Proved useful for team india too
In 2016, Hardik stepped into Team India. Till now he has played 11 Tests, 54 ODIs and 40 T20 matches. Hardik has proved extremely useful in every format of cricket. He has taken 17 wickets with 532 runs in Test cricket, while in ODIs he has shown the feat of 957 runs and 54 wickets. Hardik has 310 runs and 38 wickets in T20 cricket. His most brilliant innings will always be remembered in the Champions Trophy-2017 final match against Pakistan, while scoring 76 runs from 43 balls, fighting the team India alone.
After cricket, wife and son have the most love
Hardik’s first love is cricket, but if anyone pays a little attention to his social media, he will easily understand that the most love in his life after cricket is only for his wife Natasha and son born two months ago. is.