Hardik Pandya denies having owned house in Mumbai's Rustomjee Paramount
Hardik Pandya is scaling the heights in terms of finances. While there were reports of him having owned a posh house in Mumbai's Rustomjee Paramount, he denied it and claimed that he had instead rented it.
Indian all-rounder Hardik Pandya continues to remain one of the fan-favourites, thanks to his explosive cricketing abilities. Owing to his popularity among fans and the fame he has attained to date, he is scaling the charts in terms of his finances and steadily becoming one of the highly paid and richest Indian cricketers.
Although he hails from Baroda, he resides in Mumbai with his Bollywood wife Natasa Stankovic and his year-old son Agastya. He reportedly owns quite a few prized assets, including luxury cars and stylish watches.
Meanwhile, there were recent reports that he has owned a posh house in Mumbai's Rustomjee Paramount, worth ₹30 crore, an 8-BHK giant. However, he has denied the news of him owing it and has clarified that he has instead rented it, as it is more sustainable & financially secure.
"No, I have not bought any house in Bombay (Mumbai). I have rented it because I find it more sustainable and financially stable, because, in Bombay, to buy a house, it's very expensive. And, instead of parking so much of money there, I preferred investing it somewhere to secure the future," he said during a virtual interaction with fans organised by his fan page.
Pandya is currently in the United Arab Emirates, preparing for the resuming Indian Premier League 2021, as he looks to serve defending champion Mumbai Indians. The side is now placed fourth on the table and would be looking to gain four-five more wins to seal its playoffs berth. It would also be crucial for him to deliver to justify his selection in the ICC World T20 2021 squad for Team India.
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