Hardik Pandya has been sharing some adorable pictures with his partner Natasa Stankovic on various social media platforms.
Hardik Pandya, who is expecting his first youngster with Natasa Stankovic, has been offering delightful pictures to his Serbian accomplice on different internet based life stages. On Saturday, the Indian all-rounder took to Instagram to share one more adored up picture with Natasa Stankovic with them two pausing dramatically. Sharing the image, Hardik utilized a ‘heart with lace’ emoticon as the inscription. Like the majority of his past posts, Hardik’s most recent picture was likewise a huge hit via web-based networking media, with his fans just as Indian colleagues, including KL Rahul and senior sibling Krunal Pandya.
Indian tennis star Sania Mirza additionally responded to the image, utilizing several red heart emoticons. A few Bollywood on-screen characters and on-screen characters likewise remarked on the post utilizing adorable emoticons.
The fame of the post can be checked from the way that it got near 7 lakh likes in only 60 minutes.
Hardik and Natasa both have been sharing a few pictures from their photoshoot, and fans have been showering love on every one of them.
Hardik had imparted Natasa’s pregnancy news to the world on May 31, by posting a progression of pictures on Instagram.
On the cricketing front, Hardik will be back in real life playing for the shielding Indian Premier League (IPL) champions Mumbai Indians when the thirteenth release of the money rich class begins in September.
IPL executive Brijesh Patel disclosed to PTI that the competition will happen from September 19 to November 8 in the United Arab Emirates (UAE).
The choice was made conceivable after the International Cricket Council deferred the current year’s T20 World Cup which was booked to happen in Australia due to coronavirus pandemic.
This will be the first occasion when that the UAE will have the whole period of the money rich group. Prior to this, the Gulf country had facilitated the main leg of the 2014 IPL, because of the General Elections in India.