Check out Hardik Pandya’s latest revelation with Urvashi Rautela
Hardik Pandya is currently playing for the Mumbai Indians in the IPL.
Published - Apr 23, 2018 4:23 pm | Updated - Apr 23, 2018 4:23 pm
Hardik Pandya is currently deemed as one of the brightest prospects in Indian cricket. He has the ability to entertain the crowd with his aggressive brand of cricket. Apart from cricket, the all-rounder has also been linked to the Bollywood fraternity for quite a while. In December, he was spotted with Elli Avram at the wedding ceremony of Krunal Pandya, his elder brother.
Thereafter, the couple has been spotted at various places and also sharing pictures on the social media platforms. Last month, they also met at the Mumbai airport prior to India’s campaign in the Nidahas Trophy in March. However, recently, Pandya has rumoured to have been linked with Urvashi Rautela. They met at a party thrown by industrialist Gautam Singhania.
A new relationship for Hardik Pandya?
The duo was reportedly seen exchanging flirtatious looks after which they spent quite some time with each other. Their chemistry grabbed many eyeballs and the onlookers felt something romantic evolving between them. Meanwhile, Krunal Pandya was also present at the party. A picture later broke later on Instagram where the Bollywood Diva has been seen standing between the two brothers. Here is the picture
Hardik Pandya is currently playing for the Mumbai Indians (MI) in the eleventh edition of the Indian Premier League (IPL). However, the tournament hasn’t been a comforting one thus far for the all-round cricketer. During Mumbai’s opening game against the Chennai Super Kings (CSK), he twisted an ankle owing to which he had been ruled out against their match against the Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH).
He has been impressive with his medium pace in the league having picked up five wickets in four games. However, he is yet to make a significant contribution with the willow. Mumbai have lost four out of their five games and are staring down the barrel. It’s pretty evident that the Indians would need him in full flow going into the business end of the league.