Indian cricketer Hardik Pandya arrived in Chennai on Wednesday for the fourteenth season of the Indian Premier League. Hardik touched down in Chennai, not alone, for the forthcoming IPL 2021 match between his team Mumbai Indians and Royal Challengers Bangalore. He was accompanied by his wife Natasa Stankovic and son Agastya Pandya, along with other team members. The first match of IPL 2021 will be held at the MA Chidambaram Stadium in Chennai. On social media today, Mumbai Indians team shared a video of Agastya having a blast, all set for his first IPL experience.
Mumbai Indians shared the video featuring Hardik Pandya and Agastya on Instagram and wrote, “Aa gaya hai apun!" Agastya is all set for his first IPL experience #OneFamily #MumbaiIndians #ReelItFeelIt #ReelKaroFeelKaro #IPL2021 #MICentral @natasastankovic__ @hardikpandya93” The video starts with Hardik taking a walk with Agastya. His little one is calmly seated in his stroller. Moving on, the video features clips of Hardik holding Agastya during the flight, making him feel comfortable. It also sees Hardik playing with his little one and walking around with him in the hotel lobby. The video was shared with the song Aa Re La Hai Apun playing in the background and features beautiful memories of little Agastya enjoying his first IPL experience.
Take a look at the video below:
Meanwhile, IPL 2021 is expected to start on April 9. BCCI made a statement and mentioned the schedule of the fourteenth season, taking place in the country. However, with the rising COVID-19 cases in the country, it is speculated that the start date will be postponed. IPL 2020 was delayed and late held in Dubai. Mumbai Indians won the trophy making them winners to hold the title 5 times. Also Read: Natasa Stankovic’s INSTA Stories Has Daddy Hardik Pandya Playing A Food Prank On Their Son Agastya - Cuteness Alert!
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