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Brazilian model gives cheeky reply on Pandya’s 80 lakh watch picture


India's all-rounder Hardik Pandya is currently out of the Indian cricket team set up in a home assignment against South Africa due to a back injury. To make things worse, Pandya is reported to skip the upcoming home series against Bangladesh, which is scheduled to take place in November.

Hardik Pandya wore a INR 80 lakh watch at the operation theater for surgery

Productive all-rounder who is a key member of Indian contingency surgery in the UK to treat himself. He even tweeted a picture in which he is on a stretcher and captioned it with the caption, "The surgery was successfully done. Very grateful to everyone for their wishes. Will be back in no time! Till then remember me ”.

Meanwhile, many supporters on his social media account have wished him countless wishes for a speedy recovery. Needless to say, no one paid attention to one thing, stopping a Brazilian model and the answer became talk.

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Well, Hardik Pandya played a clock of 80 lakh rupees on his left hand and he took this picture on the stretcher.

However, after seeing his picture, Ijbel Leight asked Hardik a question. The Brazilian model tweeted, "Have you worn a surgery watch? Hahahaha "and soon after, Hardik Pandya replied," Always haha. "

It will be interesting to see that Hardik Pandya returns to the Indian team as his return date is not yet certain. With this surgery, it is quite clear that he can be out of the team he has set for a long time.

But with the breathtaking T20 World Cup, Pandya's recovery is a major setback for Team India as his presence is a major gist for India in this short version of the game.

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