Hardik Pandya spotted with ridiculously expensive watch and sneakers at Mumbai airport
Spotted at Mumbai airport recently, the 26-year-old cricketer was seen raising the level of his flamboyant lifestyle to a different level altogether.
Published - Jan 23, 2020 1:42 pm | Updated - Jan 23, 2020 1:42 pm
He may be out of cricket since September due to a lower back injury but that hasn’t deterred the flamboyant all-rounder from enjoying his life to the maximum extent. He recently got engaged to his long-time girlfriend Natasa Stankovic after proposing her mid-ocean in a romantic set up.
Everyone who follows Indian cricket knows Hardik likes living a king-size life. He is often seen flaunting his expensive accessories like watches, sunglasses, sneakers, trousers, jackets, among other lavish things that he owns.
Hardik Pandya: The king of the lavish lifestyle
Spotted at Mumbai airport recently, the 26-year-old cricketer was seen raising the level of his flamboyant lifestyle to a different level altogether with a watch worth over INR 1 crore. He was wearing a Patek Phillipe’s Nautilus Perpetual Calendar 5740/1G.
According to a report on MensXP, the watch he was wearing at the airport was made of white gold straps and comes at a cost INR 85 lakh. But since it is not available in India, with import duties and taxes, the watch is believed to have cost Pandya something around INR 1.10 crore.
That was not all as the cricketer added to his zaniness with sneakers worth around Rs 1 lakh. The same website reported that Hardik was wearing the Lou Spikes from Christian Louboutin which is made from black calfskin leather and gives a punk rock appeal with their black spikes. Christian Louboutin’s website says the shoe costs $995 or Rs 70,000 and with import duties and taxes it will come for something close to one lakh.
Other than his shoe and watch, the cricketer was decked up in branded accessories all over. He was donning a Balmain shirt with a trouser that had funky pockets and stripped calves designed in them.
About his cricket, Hardik is currently undergoing a rehabilitation program at the National Cricket Academy in Bangalore. He was included in India A squad which is touring New Zealand at the moment. But after he failed the fitness test, he was dropped from the squad.
Though he was expected to return to the senior team squad for the second half of their New Zealand tour, which gets underway on January 24, Hardik has not been picked up in either of the T20 International (T20I) or One Day International (ODI) squad.