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Cost of Hardik Pandya's watch and shoes may surprise you

Cost of Hardik Pandya's watch and shoes may surprise you
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Hardik Pandya has been out of action since the South Africa series and has failed to prove his fitness in the recent while. He was included in India A squad for the New Zealand A team but reports stated that he was sidelined as he failed to prove his fitness. He was expected to replace Shivam Dube for the T20 series but it is unlikely to happen.

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The Junior Pandya recently got engaged to his long time girlfriend Natasa Stankovic after the cricketer proposed her with a ring in the middle of the ocean in Dubai. Despite being out of action for more than 4 months, Pandya has not failed to raise the level of his flamboyancy off the field. He is often seen flaunting his expensive accessories and travel in his luxurious sports car and this time was not different.

The 26-year-old was recently spotted wearing a 1 crore rupees worth watch. He was wearing a Patek Phillipe’s Nautilus Perpetual Calendar 5740/1G.

The reports in MensXP states that the watch he was wearing was made of white gold straps and costs a whooping 85 lakh rupees. However, since it is not available in India, with custom charges and taxes, the watch will cost him around 1.10 crore.

Not only this, Pandya also wore sneakers worth 1 lakh rupees. He was wearing sneakers of Lou Spikes from Christian Louboutin which is made from black calfskin leather and gives a punk rock appeal with their black spikes. The website of the company says that the sneakers are available for $995 or Rs 70,000 INR but calculating the custom charges and taxes, it will cost around 1 lakh INR.

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The Baroda all rounder is currently undergoing rehabilitation program at the National Cricket Academy in Bangalore. He might turn up to play for Baroda to prove his match fitness before a national call up.

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