On Monday (2nd December), Manish Pandey got married to the south actress Ashrita Shetty in Mumbai. On the next day, his reception party was attended by the former Indian cricketer Yuvraj Singh. They were spotted shaking their leg on Punjabi Dhol.
Manish Pandey, hours after leading the Karnataka team to Victory in the Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy’s final, went to attend his marriage. The Karanataka skipper scored unbeaten 60 runs, led his team to win by one run against Tamil Nadu.
The 30-year old-led Karnataka team has won the two limited-overs trophies in this domestic season. First in Vijay Hazare Trophy and now, in the Syed Mushtaq Ali trophy, and they won both the tournaments after beating Tamil Nadu in the finals. He will join the national team for the home series against West Indies which will start from 6th December. He has been selected in both the T20I and ODI squads for these home series. The player was asked for the preparations against West Indies after winning the finals. His reply was:
“Looking forward to the India series, but before that, there is another important series for me, I am getting married tomorrow.”
Manish Pandey with his wife
Manish Pandey, who has played 23 ODIs and 32 T20Is for India, got a wish from his skipper Virat Kohli. Rohit Sharma and Harbhajan Singh also congratulated Manish for the new beginnings. On Tuesday, the player arranged a reception party in Mumbai. Social Media was filled with congratulations for Manish Pandey for the victory and starting a new life.
Yuvraj Singh, who was the part of winning team Maratha Arabians in the recently concluded T10 League 2019, came to the reception party of Manish Pandey. He had a great time with the player as the video of the duo dancing went viral on social media. Yuvraj Singh without any hesitation danced on the beats of dhol.
Watch the video here:
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Nice dance #yuvrajsingh and #manishpandey #ashritashetty with my team #dholibros Rocking performance
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