Star all-rounder Hardik Pandya owns ultra-expensive watches, here’s the list!

Hardik Pandya is one of the best all-rounders in the world right now. He has the potential to lead the team, bat well in pressure situations, bowl well and take wickets when it really matters the most.

Apart from that, he is also known for his extraordinary fielding efforts. Time and again, he has taken acrobatic catches on the field by taking calculative risks. This sums up Pandya’s potential. He is known for his ability to hit powerful sixes out of the park.

The way he generates power with his bat goes to show that he is currently the top hard-hitting batsman in this era. Moreover, he possesses leadership experience under his belt. He led Gujarat Titans to his maiden title in the 15th edition of the Indian Premier League.

Being one of the top stars in the sport, it is quite obvious that he is also one of the highest-paid cricketers. He earns through a central contract at Indian cricket. Besides that, he also makes huge money from the Indian Premier League.

He also makes money from advertisements, endorsing brands and so on. He also owns some super expensive things. In this article, we will take a look at Pandya’s ridiculously expensive watches.

Hardik Pandya owns ultra-expensive watches

Star all-rounder Hardik Pandya owns ultra-expensive watches, here's the list!

Gujarat Titans’ skipper Hardik Pandya’s eye-catching watch collection which is estimated over INR 10 crore.

Patek Philippe Nautilus Platinum 5711 – Rs 5 crore

Patek Philippe Nautilus 5712R – Rs 1.65 crore

Patek Philippe Nautilus 18k White Gold – Rs 2.7 crore

Rolex Oyster Perpetual Daytona Cosmograph – Rs 1 crore

Audemars Piguet Oak Selfwinfing Chronograph Rose Gold – Rs 38 lakhs

However, not many are aware of Hardik Pandya’s struggles in domestic cricket when he and his elder brother, Krunal, were trying to make a mark for themselves in the game of cricket. Hardik Pandya opened up that he came from a well-off family and used to be rich during his childhood days but then the family lost almost everything they had.

“I always had this thing in my mind (wondering) how can I succeed in life. Because we used to be really rich, from a well to do family. And from having that, to struggling for Rs 10 – it was disappointing for me…because I had money when I was small so I never thought that when I’m older I’d have to struggle so much.

“No one knows that we’ve struggled for 3 years for every penny. Even saving Rs 5-10 was a big trouble for us. I still remember before the IPL, we had won the Syed Mushtaq Ali trophy and got Rs 70,000 each. Me and Krunal said to ourselves that at least we’ll get by for a while,” Pandya said on Gaurav Kapoor’s show Breakfast with Champions.