Hardik Pandya's adorable picture with wife Natasa Stankovic wins hearts

Hardik Pandya’s adorable picture with wife Natasa Stankovic wins hearts

Like most of his previous posts, the latest picture was also a massive hit on social media.

Sonal Chauhan, Hardik pandya, Natasa Stankovic and Sania Mirza
Sonal Chauhan, Hardik pandya, Natasa Stankovic and Sania Mirza. (Photo Source: Instagram)

Hardik Pandya requires no introduction. The Indian all-rounder has been in the news for various reasons. His Koffee with Karan stint along with KL Rahul became national news. It also resulted in both the players getting suspended. However, that’s old news now and both the cricketers made excellent comebacks.

The Mumbai Indians player was back in the news as he announced the pregnancy of his wife Natasa Stankovic on 31st May. They both got married during the lockdown and the news came as a surprise to their fans. The Indian cricketer, who is expecting his first child with actress wife, has been sharing adorable pictures of the couple on various social media platforms.

On Saturday, the Baroda all-rounder took to Instagram to share yet another loved-up picture with Natasa striking a romantic pose. Sharing the picture, Hardik used a ‘heart with ribbon’ emoji as the caption.

Like most of his previous posts, the latest picture was also a massive hit on social media, with his fans as well as Bollywood actresses, including Sonal Chauhan and Sagarika Ghatge responding to it.

Hardik Pandya's Instagram post1
(Photo Source: Instagram)
Hardik Pandya's Instagram post1
(Photo Source: Instagram)

Hardik Pandya set to play in the IPL 2020

Indian cricket is all set to resume with the Indian Premier League and fans are waiting to see their favourite players back in action. Hardik will be back in action for the defending champions, Mumbai Indians. His team has won the title four times and the all-rounder has been a part of three of those victories.

IPL chairman Brijesh Patel has confirmed that the eight-team competition will take place from September 19 to November 8 in the United Arab Emirates (UAE). For the first time, the UAE will be hosting the entire season of the IPL. Before this, the Gulf nation had hosted the first leg of IPL in 2014, due to the General Elections in India.

If the cash-rich league does take place, it will be a big relief for the BCCI who would’ve otherwise suffered INR 4000 crore loss. It will also be a delight for the Indian cricket fans who have been waiting to see their favorite players back in action. However, it remains to be seen if all the players would be willing to participate in the global tournament.