Indian all-rounder Hardik Pandya has been at his absolute best lately for the men in blue. The cricketer showed his quality in the ICC Champions Trophy final against Pakistan but much to his disappointment could not see his team past the finish line. Ever since the magical knock against arch rivals Pakistan, Pandya has shown excellent determination both with the bat and the ball. He has been one of India’s best players in the last two months which is quite a thing to be proud of.
The right-handed player continued his good form against West Indies and Sri Lanka giving the world a glimpse of his consistency. He also bagged his maiden test century against the Lankans off just 86 balls. But that was not the end of the wonderful run the cricketer is going through as Pandya once gain displayed his aggression against the mighty Aussies in the first one day international of the ongoing series.
Pandya’s explosive knock of 83 against Steve Smith’s side which helped India gain the upper hand in the match was much appreciated by all as wishes flowed in on popular social media website Twitter. But there was one particular wish from TV host and model Shibani Dandekar which caught the attention of the fans as it led to a flattering conversation between the two celebrities.
Shibani does share a good bond with a lot of cricketers and has also hosted the Indian Premier League previously. She is now more into entertainment than cricket and lately has been doing a lot of photo shoot assignments. But she could not refrain herself from complimenting Hardik for his heroics against a top quality Aussie bowling line up which helped India put up a decent enough score of 281 on the board. Dandekar gave Pandya the cool tag of “gangsta” and also called him a “beast” after the cricketer thanked her for the wish.
— shibani dandekar (@shibanidandekar) September 17, 2017
Hahaa thank you shiiiiiii 🤗
— hardik pandya (@hardikpandya7) September 17, 2017
muaaah beast mode 💪🏾❤️ https://t.co/GKKGHQVsLJ
— shibani dandekar (@shibanidandekar) September 18, 2017