There is no doubt that India and Mumbai Indians all-rounder Hardik Pandya likes a lavish lifestyle. He not only likes it but even loves to flaunt the luxury brands that he can afford. Hardik is currently in the UAE for the second leg of IPL and although it is usually his cars and attire that grab the attention of netizen, in a recent picture it is his wristwatch that has got the fans talking.
In a recent picture from the UAE, Hardik was seen in a Rolls Royce Cullinan where he sported a cool tank top, a hat, and classy sunglasses. The latest pictures that he posted on Instagram had quite a few mesmerizing pics but the one in which he can be seen wearing a rare Patek Philippe Nautilus Platinum 5711 with green emeralds embedded on it has caught all eyes.
Perhaps the most amazing feature of this watch is that factory setting which puts 32 baguette-cut emeralds on it. It is being reported that the watch is made up of platinum and is worth more than INR 5 crores. The watch carries self-winding automatic movement and also boasts of a power reserve feature of 45 hours. It is worth highlighting that the 5711 range of this piece is already rare but the color combination which Pandya chose is rarer.
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Earlier Pandya had bought an 8BHK flat in Mumbai along with his elder brother Krunal Pandya. The estimated cost of this property is around INR 30 crores and is built in an area of 3838 sq ft. On the work front, Hardik was last seen in India’s limited-overs series against Sri Lanka. Although he wasn't at his best, he is set to play a key role in Mumbai Indians' IPL campaign once the season resumes in September.
Post the IPL, the T20 World Cup is also slated to be held in the Middle Eastern Country and Hardik is likely to make India's squad for the marquee event. India haven't lifted the T20 World Cup since the inaugural season in 2007 with their last ICC trophy win coming in 2013 when they won the Champions Trophy.