Pandya’s shirt cost is the same as the rent of sea-facing 3 BHK Apartment
When Hardik Pandya stepped in to play cricket for the first time in his career, no one knew his name and in fact, fans found it it hard to recall his name just because he didn’t announce his arrival in a typical fashion.
To stamp his authority over the game and to make each fan remember his name, he started to play ‘fearless brand of cricket’.
He shot into prominence with Mumbai Indians franchise. Impressed by his all-round abilities, the selectors knocked his door and that’s how he donned the Indian jersey. Yes, he has come a long way in his career to relish the taste of success.
He wrote a success story for himself in the best way possible. He did the unthinkable, unimaginable and unbelievable stuff in IPL before carving out a reputation for himself as a genuine all-rounder in the Indian cricket team.
All of a sudden, he lost his spark in the game. Things had gone from bad to worse after his infamous remarks in the Koffee with Karan show backfired him. He was suspended by BCCI in any form of cricket, forcing him to bow out of the team squad with immediate effect. Days after his suspension, the ban was lifted and was given a green light to play cricket as he flew to New Zealand for international duty to help India.
Since then, things took a U-turn for Pandya who enjoyed playing some good cricket. He took his game to one step in intensity as he smacked some terrific shots in the ongoing Indian Premier League season. The highlight of his passage of play was his helicopter shots which he executed it to perfection.
His 34-ball 91 with as many as 6 fours and 8 rocketing sixes with a strike rate of 267.64 against Kolkata Knight Riders turned out to be one heck of a knock, probably the best one from him.
He is sensational touch with the bat and the ball and his current form augers well for Team India.
Very recently, he was spotted wearing a Lous Vuitton Paris shirt.
It is nothing but a regular fit shirt with all-over Louis Vuitton Paris print and it looks superb!
Talking about it, it is tailored in a regular fit precisely made from lightweight silk fabric. It is also embroidered with mother-of-pearl buttons giving it a luxurious feel. Obviously, the shirt costs an arm and a leg.
If you take a glimpse at the website, you will come to learn about the price of $1,470 which means 1,01,999 Indian Rupees. Yes, you read that right. No kidding!
At the massive price, one can easily afford to pay the rent of a sea-facing 3BHK apartment in South Bandra. No offence to Pandya. Well, priorities matter to an individual.