Currently with the lockdown in the country, people have been requested to stay home and stay safe. Many celebrities are under self-quarantine and have been taking the measures suggested by the government quite seriously. Indian cricket team all-rounder Hardik Pandya is spending his lockdown days with fiancé Natasa Stankovic in quarantine. While in quarantine, Natasa took to her social media to share a throwback video as she grooves with bae Hardik Pandya. As the Nach Baliye 9 fame shared the video, fans warn the couple to stay home or the Police will come get them.
On Instagram, Natasa shared a video featuring fiancé Hardik Pandya and her enjoying a car ride along with a string of pictures and videos. Sharing the post, Stankovic captioned it, “random photos/videos from my camera roll. #tb.” In the video, Natasa is spotted grooving to the beats of a song as she moves the camera to Hardik. The couple is enjoying a comfortable drive in the car as they groove to the music. As Natasa shared her random throwback photos/videos from her camera roll, fans couldn’t help but comment on it.
With the lockdown going on in the country currently, one fan commented, “Ghar pe rahao ,Varna police Mar legi.” Another fan commented, “Ooo madam lockdown me kaha gum rahe ho,” while another wrote, “Arre bhabhi bhaiya ke sath lockdown me kaha ja rahe ho?” Apart from this, complaining about Natasa and Hardik ruining the lockdown, one fan commented, “lockdown bhang kar raho ho aap.”
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Meanwhile, as soon as Natasa shared the videos and pictures on her Instagram, several fans asked the couple to stay home and not head out during the lockdown. On the other hand, replying to Stankovic’s post, Hardik mentioned he loves the pictures and videos. Also Read: Hardik Pandya Is Quarantined With Fiancée Natasa Stankovic And His Family; Latest Pictures Scream Love
Image source: Instagram/ Natasa Stankovic
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