Indian cricket team’s majestic duo, namely Hardik Pandya and Krunal Pandya now possess a new address in the city of wonderland. Initially from Baroda, Gujarat, where they have an exquisite penthouse, the Pandya brothers will now be standing alongside the list of Indian cricketers – Virat Kohli, Yuvraj Singh, Harbhajan Singh, among others – who are not from Mumbai but own a residential apartment in the busy city. Post the news of the Pandya brothers purchasing the home went viral, Hardik Pandya, in a quite new interview, revealed that they are in reality renting an 8BHK (4+4) apartment located in Mumbai’s Bandra suburbs.
The gorgeous property in Mumbai that they’ve let on rent covers an area of about 3838 sq ft and is located at Rustomjee Paramount in Bandra-Khar. One thing quite fascinating is this will make the Pandya brothers alongwith their respective families neighbours to the said-to-be Bollywood couple, Tiger Shroff and Disha Patani, who possess an apartment in a very similar area.
As per Hardik Pandya’s entirely new interview, the property is quoted in the range of Rs 28 to 30 Crore. Rustomjee Paramount is a gated community, giving out total privacy, and has interesting infrastructure on the outside like an artificial rock climbing wall and a star-gazing deck.
Hardik Pandya comes on the official fan page @HardikPandya2_0 to deny recent media reports of him buying house in Mumbai's Rustomjee Paramount.
"I have rented it, as its more sustainable & financially securing."@hardikpandya7#IPL2021 #KrunalPandya #Mumbaiindians #Fanmeet pic.twitter.com/bvUs9KCBVJ
— The Pandya Official FC (@HardikPandya2_0) September 16, 2021
Hardik Pandya and Krunal Pandya also will own a private swimming pool together with quite a packed-up gymnasium and an engaging gaming zone – which will supposedly be a common area open to all residents of the building. The residential complex is supposed to incorporate a private theatre as well, which can be booked in advance by the people there who book it first.
The Pandya brothers as of now getting ready for the opening game of the second phase of IPL 2021 – which was postponed due to covid-19 outbreak. Post passing about a month at St.Regis Saadiyat Resort, in quarantine and then the practice camp with the team, Mumbai Indians will battle against Chennai Super Kings on date September 19. Meanwhile, at the resort, the Mumbai Indians team also spent some great leisure time relaxing and enjoying fun activities in their luxe team room.