Hardik Pandya's personal life has become attractive of late, especially following his marriage to Serbia-based Bollywood actress, Natasa Stankovic. Also, his new-born son, Agastya, has been drawing quite some attention on social media of late.

While Pandya has been busy for the past four months, owing to his cricketing commitments, Natasa kept him and the fans engaged and updated by sharing regular posts about Agastya on her Instagram handle. Meanwhile, the five-month-old boy is getting adorable with each passing day.

In a recent Instagram video, shared by InstantBollywood, Agastya was seen sitting on her mother's lap, with a nursery rhyme being played on the television screen. While Agastya is glued at it, Natasa shoots a selfie video, humming and singing to the tunes of the verse, and blushing. The video was captioned, "Aww! Baby Agastya Pandya enjoys a nursery rhyme session with mommy Natasa 😍 #natasastankovic #hardikpandya".

In another video Natasa shared a few days back, Agastya was seen on her arms, glued to the television screen, which had a Bollywood number being played on it, while Natasa danced along with him. She had captioned it "❤️ #motherandsonbond".

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She also shared a recent picture of him, as he is seen sleeping on the with a toy in his hand, while Natasa, alongside him, clicks a selfie, as Agastya looks on. She captioned it "👩‍👦💜 #everything".

Agastya had turned five-month-old earlier this month, as Natasa had celebrated his mini-birthday at her Mumbai residence, with a cake resembling the same. She had shared a photo of the same on Instagram, captioned ❤️ Agastya 👩‍👦 #4monthsold🎂 @thebakersden_ 🥰😻".

Pandya has concluded his cricketing stint with Team India in Australia, as he looks to come back to India and spend some time with his family and Agastya, having been able to see him just for a month since his birth. "I think I should head back home and spend some quality time with my family. I haven't seen my child for four months, so I'd like to spend some time with family right no. Maybe, in the future. I don't know, maybe," he had said on being asked if he would like to play the Tests in Australia.