Hardik Pandya Gifts 'zero-calorie' B'day Treat To Krunal As Brothers Unite In Isolation

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Team India's Hardik Pandya had the perfect gift for his brother Krunal on his birthday - a 'zero-calorie' cake filled with 'love' amid the COVID-19 scare

Written By Koushik Narayanan | Mumbai | Updated On:
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Team India all-rounder Hardik Pandya had the perfect gift for his brother Krunal on his birthday - a 'zero-calorie' cake filled with 'love' amid the COVID-19 scare. Hardik Pandya took to post a photo where he is posing with an imaginary piece of cake in his hand, feeding his brother Krunal. Hardik Pandya also had a heartwarming message for his brother, revealing that the brothers were united and were spending time together in isolation. The all-rounder was expected to make a comeback in the ODI series against South Africa after recovering from his lower back injury. 

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Hardik Pandya's gift for Krunal

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Hardik Pandya & his family salute COVID-19 warriors

As the entire country took to their balconies on Sunday at 5 PM to laud the efforts of the emergency personnel fighting against Coronavirus, Indian cricket team's ace all-rounder Hardik Pandya and his family also expressed their gratitude. Taking to Twitter, Pandya posted a video of him with fiance Natasa Stankovic, brother Krunal Pandya, and Pankhuri Sharma saluting the medical staff and other emergency personnel. 

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Janta Curfew a great success

Prime Minister Modi's call for Janta Curfew saw a massive response from the citizens of the country, with celebrities and sportspersons endorsing the need to remain indoors and how it would help the society collectively. At 5 pm on Sunday, people all across India gathered on their terraces, courtyards, and balconies to cheer and show appreciation to all those who were battling the deadly virus on behalf of the society. Cricketers, including Yuvraj Singh, Sachin Tendulkar, Virender Sehwag, Mohammad Kaif and many more led from the front, cheering for the health workers along with their family members.  

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