‘Welcome to the madness’ – Krunal Pandya posts a heartfelt message for newly-engaged Hardik and Natasa
The year 2020 has started on a good note for the Indian all-rounder after a rather forgettable 2019.
Updated - Jan 2, 2020 4:11 pm
Indian all-rounder Hardik Pandya rung in the New Year with a heartfelt announcement of his engagement with Serbian actress Natasa Stankovic. The mercurial all-rounder took to Instagram where he shared the video of him proposing to the Serbian actress with an engagement ring on a cruise. And, since then, Pandya and his fiance Natasa have been trending on social media platforms with former cricketers, fans, as well as his compatriots, posting heartfelt wishes for the couple.
Earlier, Pandya had marked the New Year 2020 with an Instagram post which he captioned as “Starting the year with my firework’ giving fire to the already rife speculations of him dating the Serbian actress. And, the all-rounder did not waste any time in announcing to the world that the couple is indeed together when he posted the engagement video.
The right-hander posted the engagement video with the caption, “Mai tera, Tu meri jaane, saara Hindustan. 01.01.2020 #engaged”. And, since then everyone is taking to social media to congratulate the couple.
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Joining the bandwagon is Hardik’s brother and his Mumbai Indians and Team India teammate Krunal Pandya, who took to Twitter on Thursday to post heartfelt wishes for the couple. Krunal Pandya wrote, “Big, big, congratulations @hardikpandya7 and Natasa ❤🤗 Natasa, we’re so happy to have you join our crazy fam ❤ Welcome to the madness!! Love both of you guys 🤗”
— Krunal Pandya (@krunalpandya24) January 2, 2020
After a forgettable 2019, Hardik Pandya starts 2020 with a bang
Earlier, Indian captain Virat Kohli led the baton as far as congratulating the couple is concerned. Commenting on Pandya’s engagement video, Virat wrote, “Congratulations H. What a pleasant surprise. Wish you guys great times ahead. God bless.”
The year 2020 has started on a good note for the Indian all-rounder after a rather forgettable 2019. From getting suspended from the Indian set-up thanks to his obnoxious comments in a famous talk show to getting sidelined due to his lower-back injury, the past 12 months were indeed something the all-rounder would like to forget.
Pandya, who played his last International fixture against South Africa back in October, has been out of active cricket for a good 2-3 months now after he successfully underwent surgery. Since then, the all-rounder has been rehabilitating and is eyeing a comeback in the New Zealand series.
The Mumbai Indians all-rounder will miss India’s home T20I series against Sri Lanka and the subsequent ODI series against the Australians but has been named in India A tour of New Zealand.