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Amid the ongoing lockdown due to the coronavirus pandemic, cricketers are spending a lot of time with their family at home. They are also enjoying doing household chores. Recently, soon-to-be-father Hardik Pandya was seen cooking in his kitchen. Meanwhile, a teammate of Hardik; Shikhar Dhawan took a sly dig on the all-rounder soon after he shared the image on Instagram.

The prevailing lockdown has completed three months. Still, there are no signs of the COVID-19 curve flattening. During these times, international cricketers have increased their social media activities. Despite coming for live chats, the likes of Virat Kohli, Rohit Sharma have shared a lot of images and videos in the last couple of months.

Hardik shows cooking skills

Ace all-rounder Hardik Pandya is also setting the Instagram on fire with his antics. He recently shared of himself cooking. He took to social media site Instagram to showcase his skills as he prepared ‘cheese butter masala’ while donning the chef duties.

“Never too late to try your hand at learning something new. Chef duties at the Pandya household. Swipe for the dish. PS dish is cheese butter masala,” Pandya captioned the picture.

The picture garnered a lot of attention from the fans, who flooded the comment section. Meanwhile, wife of Hardik Pandya and actress Natasa Stankovic also dropped in a comment full of emoticons. However, it was the comment from Shikhar Dhawan that caught everyone’s attention on the post of Hardik.

The southpaw took a slight dig at Hardik questioning his cooking skills. Other than, Shikhar, former cricketer Munaf Patel also commented on the post.

Dhawan commented, “Bilkul Bhai tuney hi banaya hoga.” (Yes, we are ready to believe that you have cooked this dish… with laughing emojis)”

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Meanwhile, Hardik Pandya is desperate to the cricket field. He missed the most part of 2019 wing to a back injury. He underwent a surgery last year and made a return for the South Africa series. However, BCCI had to call off the series owing to COVID-19 outbreak.