Cricketer Hardik Pandya will become a father before marriage

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Star Cricketer Hardik Pandya will be the first player from Indian cricketers will be become a father before marriage. The all-rounder of Baroda shares the good news with his wife.

Bengaluru: Star all-rounder Hardik Pandya, who has been out of Team India for several months due to injury problem, has given sweet news at the coronavirus outbreak.

The Mumbai Indians all-rounder, who was engaged to Natasha Stankovich, a Serbian actress who starred in the Bollywood thriller and Kannada film ‘Dankayonu’ in January last year, has exploded with reports of her father getting married before her wedding.

The 26-year-old star cricketer and 28-year-old actress both shared the good news on their social media account on Sunday. However, both are not married. After the lockdown is over, the couple can enter marital life through a grand ceremony.

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“Natasha and I are in awe. This journey is going to be very bad. We are all looking for a new life soon in our lives. Natasha told We are enjoying this phase of life.” The first cricketer to marry his father was India’s first cricketer Hardik Pandya.

Virat Kohli congratulated Hardik Pandya

Virat Kohli congratulated him ‘Congratulations to you both H. Lots of love and blessings for the 3rd member of your clan 😃🙏💝’


Last year, the news of Natasha and Hardik’s dating had created a huge buzz. The pair finally revealed their engagement on January 2, 2020, and ignited everyone’s speculation. She was later called by fans as the best couple by sharing her many photos on social media.

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Hardik Pandya, who played for India in the limited-overs cricket series against South Africa in September last year, underwent surgery in England for a five-month-long break after suffering backache.

He then proved his readiness to make a comeback to Team India by returning to competitive cricket through the DY Patil T20 cricket tournament and hit 20 sixes in a single inning. But the Pandya Comeback has been disrupted as the Coronavirus has silenced the cricketing world.

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