Krunal Pandya has taken to Instagram to showcase something that a lot of Indians will be able to resonate with. Those who grew up in the 90s like the Pandya brothers did, as well as Cricket fans from all generations and around the world, probably have some memory or the other of having played Cricket in unusual places. Krunal has shown his fans that even as a Team India cricketer, he is still more than happy to go back to that phase when he feels like it.
In his Instagram post, Krunal Pandya, who along with his brother Hardik Pandya is taking on a new challenge - bowling at his father in the passage-way of their home. Furthermore, what's evident is that Krunal isn't taking it easy at all, bowling some quality deliveries.
In the video, the passageway is narrow and the bowling end is in what appears to be a bedroom. Pandya is batting approximately 10 m away, and Krunal has a tennis ball in his hand. The first three balls are thrown in, not bowled, and Pandya appears to have no trouble in driving each of them away. They're clearly having fun. In the next video, however, Krunal turns it up a notch and readies his action. He bowls his father out with his first delivery, and then again with his second, third and fourth.
Earlier, the Pandya brothers were seen cruising around Mumbai in an orange Lamborghini Huracan Evo. The video was posted on social media in which Hardik was spotted getting out of his brand new car like a superstar and that too with a swag. As per reports, the star cricketers have paid a whopping Rs.3.73 Crore for this car. The luxury car is a tough competitor of other luxury cars which include the likes of Mercedes-AMG GTR, Porsche 911, Ferrari 488, etc.
Coming back to the Pandya brothers, Krunal had recently featured in India's 3-0 T20I series against the West Indies while Hardik had made his last appearance in the semi-final of the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 against New Zealand where the Men In Blue's title hopes were crushed. The younger Pandya will next be seen in action in the three-match Test series against South Africa starting from next month while the elder one might be a part of of the T20I format which succeeds the Test series.