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Hardik Pandya gifts himself a 'Bentley' for his 25th birthday

DNWEB27240 | 10/12/2018 | Author : DNA Web Team | WC :131





Hardik Pandya missed out on the ongoing two-match Test series against West Indies due to an injury he suffered during the Asia Cup last month. But far from sulking, the all-rounder decided to make the most of his birthday as he turned 25 on Thursday.
Hardik, who shares his birthday with Bollywood megastar Amitabh Bachchan, posted a picture of the newest member of his family on social media on Thursday. The hard-hitting batsman and medium-pace bowler has gifted himself a pet puppy for his birthday this year and has named the dog 'Bentley'.
"My new Bentley.. Sustainable, environmentally friendly, runs only on love.. Welcome to the family Bentley Pandya. We shall share our birthday now," Hardik wrote on Twitter
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