One Coffee proved too costly for me says Hardik Pandya

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One Coffee proved too costly for me says Hardik Pandya. Team India star all-rounder Hardik Pandya talks about the much famous coffee he had in “Koffee With Karan’.

That particular coffee leads Hardik Pandya to suspension form the Indian Team last year. Dinesh Kartik, Hardik Pandya, and Krunal Pandya were in a live chat session on Instagram.

Kartik, Hardik, and Krunal talked about various topics like the effect of novel coronavirus and postponement of the Indian Premier League (IPL)  on Instagram live chat sessions.

Hardik Pandya also opens up about the controversial coffee he had with Bollywood Director Karan Johar last year in the ‘Koffee With Karan’ show.

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One Coffee proved too costly for me says Hardik Pandya:

Current Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR)  skipper Dinesh Kartik asked the fans not to ask any controversial question because it had been a year since Hardik appears in ‘Koffee with Karan’ show.

But later on during the chat Star all-rounder opens up about his controversial coffee on ‘Koffee with Karan’ show.

Hardik said he was never fond of coffee and that had proved to be too costly for him.

“One coffee I had, mere ko bahut mehengi padi vo (proved to be too costly for me),” Hardik said.’

“If you calculate all the coffee Starbucks has sold till now, mine was much costlier than that,” Hardik added.

Speaking about IPL postponement Hardik’s brother Krunal Pandya shares his views that the IPL should go on as per schedule but the KKR skipper takes a cheeky dig on both Hardik and Krunal.

“After the BCCI, the biggest loss for a couple is for you only, if the IPL doesn’t happen. There is not one single family who will suffer as much as the Pandyas,” Karthik said.

As you know the Board of Control for Cricket in India ( BCCI) postponed this year’s IPL to indefinitely on date April 16.

Novel Coronavirus affected over 26,000 people in India till now.


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