Pics: Hardik Pandya celebrates Holi with his fiance and family
Pics: Hardik Pandya celebrates Holi with his fiance and family

After recovering from injury, Team India all-rounder cricketer Hardik Pandya, the Indian team is fully ready to make a comeback. He has been included in the Indian team for the ODI series against South Africa. Hardik has played some practice matches recently and has indicated to be in his vigorous form, the fans are very keen to see his performance against South Africa. He celebrated the festival of colors with Holi fiancée Natasha Stankovic and family. He has also posted some photos on his Twitter account. In his post, he wrote - "Happy holidays from the Pandyas #Holi hai,"

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In the photo posted by Hardik, his fiancee Natasha, his brother Krunal Pandya and Krunal's wife Pankhuri can also be seen. Krunal is currently out of the Indian team. As soon as posting this photo from Hardik on social media, it was as if 'flood' of the messages of the fans. He wished this Team India all-rounder a happy Holi.

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Fully fit, Hardik was recently seen playing in the DY Patil T20 Cup. He won the fans in this tournament with his strong batting. He had scored an innings of 158 runs from 55 balls in this tournament which included 20 sixes. 26-year-old Hardik, suffering from a lower back injury, has recently undergone surgery in London. He was last seen playing in a T20 match in Bengaluru against South Africa for the last time in international cricket. Due to injury, he could not take part in the two-Test series against Bangladesh and the tour of New Zealand, the South Africa team has to play a series of three ODIs in India. The matches of the series will be played on March 12, 15 and 18. After the ODI series against South Africa, Hardik will be seen playing for the Indian Indians in the Indian Premier League IPL. The opening match of the IPL is to be played between the defending champions Mumbai Indians and Chennai Super Kings of Mahendra Singh Dhoni.

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