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Pictures of fun in the pool with Hardik Pandya’s son Agastya went viral, flaunting tattoos

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Indian cricket team’s all-rounder Hardik Pandya is very active on social media. Hardik keeps uploading photos of himself, sometimes with his wife Natasha Stankovic and son Agastya, which the fans love. Hardik is currently in Ahmedabad with the Indian team.

Hardik and Natasha became parents on 30 August 2020. On Monday, Hardik shared two beautiful pictures on his Instagram account in which he is seen holding his son Agastya inside the pool. During this time, the tattoos in Hardik’s body are clearly visible in the pictures. Hardik wrote the caption, ‘Daddy Boy.’

This is not the first time Pandya has shared a pool photo with Agastya. Earlier on 10 February 2021, Hardik shared a photo of Natasha and Agastya on his Instagram account, in which all three were outside the pool. Agastya also looked quite happy with his mother Daddy.

Hardik Pandya became father, wife Natasha gave birth to son

Pandya’s shirtless picture with pacer Umesh Yadav went viral
Recently, the picture of Hardik Pandya and fast bowler Umesh Yadav (Umesh Yadav) was very viral on social media. In the picture, both the players were shirtless and showed their athletic bodies. His abs were bulging and both looked quite fit. Both of them were seen chilling together. While posting the picture, Hardik wrote – The fun continues….

The third Test will be played in Ahmedabad from February 24
The third Test between India and England is to be played at the Sardar Patel Stadium, Motera from Wednesday, which will be a day-night test. With a capacity of one lakh 10 thousand, this stadium has become the largest cricket stadium in the world. An international match will be played at this stadium for the first time since November 2014.

BCCI did a video post
The BCCI had posted a video on Twitter, in which Hardik said, “Honestly, there is a lot of waiting to play among the spectators in the world’s largest stadium. What a spectacular view.

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