Indian all-rounder Hardik Pandya posted a video of an adorable conversation together with his son. Pandya has been left out of the Indian facet for the ongoing T20I series against New Zealand.
Hardik Pandya won’t be playing for India within the ongoing T20I sequence against New Zealand however a put up by him on Instagram has gone viral on social media. The Indian all-rounder posted a video of a heartwarming conversation with son Agastya which left cricket fans in awe.
Within the clip, Hardik will be seen asking his one-year-old son, “How does Agastya snicker?”. He then asked him, “How does Agastya cry?”. Hardik, then added a humorous contact to his conversation by saying, “What does Lion do?” He concluded the short clip by asking, “What does Doggie do?”
Agastya gave some lovely reactions to Hardik’s questions with some cute facial reactions and body actions. Pandya’s son had turned one-year-old earlier this year.
Hardik’s Indian Premier League (IPL) franchise commented on the post, “Cuteness Overload.” His spouse Natasha Stankovic additionally replied, saying “My babies.”
After a disappointing campaign within the 2021 T20 World Cup the place India failed to reach the semi-final and crashed out within the Super 12 stage, the Mumbai Indians star didn’t discover a place within the Indian crew for the ongoing T20I sequence against New Zealand at residence.
Over current months, a number of doubts have been raised about his fitness. Hardik didn’t bowl a single over in either IPL 2020 or IPL 2021 leaving questions on whether or not he can play as an all-rounder for the Indian side.
Within the 2021 T20 World Cup, his fitness points left the Males in Blue struggling to find a sixth bowling choice within the enjoying XI. Ultimately, he simply bowled 4 overs in 5 matches for Virat Kohli’s facet.
Nevertheless, with the lack of seam bowling all-rounder options in India, Pandya is expected to make a comeback to the Indian squad after he’s totally match. It stays to be seen if he’s picked for the Men in Blue’s upcoming tour to South Africa Africa.