Hardik Pandya’s brother Krunal Pandya got a new member in his family, a baby boy (Kavir Krunal Pandya)

Cricketer Krunal Pandya, who plays for the Lucknow Super Giants (LSG) and represents India, welcomed a child on Sunday, July 24, 2022, and shared the happy news on social media.

Along with his brother Hardik Pandya and wife Natasa Stankovic, the all-rounder has been very active on social media since his 2017 marriage to model Pankhuri Sharma.

With his nephew Agastya, who is the son of Hardik and Natasa, Krunal has already exchanged numerous movies and pictures.

However, he just welcomed a child with his wife Pankhuri and announced that the child was a boy named Kavir. On Twitter, Krunal posted, “Kavir Krunal Pandya.”

Krunal Pandya, who last competed for India against Sri Lanka in July 2021, has since been eliminated from consideration for the Indian team. He has so far represented India in 5 ODIs and 19 T20Is, taking 17 wickets and amassing 254 runs in both competitions.

He recently played for the Lucknow Super Giants (LSG) in the IPL 2022, where he made 183 runs and took 10 wickets in 14 games, with a high of 3/19 and an economy rate of 6.97, helping the new team advance to the tournament’s playoffs.

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