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Watch- Hardik Pandya Shake A Leg With Natasa Stankovic And Baby Agastya In Adorable Video

Hardik Pandya is currently in a happy space as he is performing well on the field and spending quality time with his wife Natasa Stankovic and baby boy ‘Agastya’. In the last few months, we have seen Hardik post some adorable photos and videos with Natasa and Agastya on social media. Yesterday Hardik’s wife Natasa Stankovic recently posted an appealing video of the couple moving a leg with their son Agastya on Instagram.

Hardik and Natasa took the trending ‘Don’t Rush’ challenge on Instagram and were seen dancing to the popular song with their adorable son Agastya. The trio was seen rocking to the tunes of Eduardo Luzquinos’ remix of Don’t Rush and the video immediately went viral all over social media. Hardik was seen holding his son while dancing but he was constantly observing his mother dancing.

Hardik Pandya Shake A Leg With Natasa Stankovic And Baby Agastya

The couple were seen doing rhythmical steps to the popular tune but the star of the video was undoubtedly the little one Agastya. Fans in the comments section were all praises for Hardik Pandya’s family as they impressed everyone with their dance moves. Hardik often switches off from cricket when he is around Natasa and his boy and completely enjoys his time with his adorable family.

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Watch The Video

Coming back to things on the field, Hardik Pandya will be a crucial player for team India in the decider of the ODI series against England. The destructive Indian batsmen smashed a quickfire 35 in just 16 balls in the second ODI but once again stayed away from bowling in the run chase. It will be interesting to see whether Hardik Pandya bowls when India field in the second half of the 3rd ODI in Pune.

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