Hardik Pandya On His Desires, Regrets And The Scariest Thing He’s Ever Done
The 25-year-old answered a range of questions regarding his regrets, what he believes all men should know about women and also revealed the scariest thing he has done. Read on.
What is keeping you busy these days?
I’m working on my fitness, that’s going to be my focus right now.
What is your biggest regret?
I don’t keep regrets in my life.
What is the one skill every man should have?
They should be well-mannered.
Which one thing should all men know about women?
That they all are beautiful.
What is the one thing you’ve always desired?
The life that God has given me, that was the one thing I wanted.
A social media abbreviation you don’t know the full form for?
There are lots of things, half of the things I don’t know.
What irritates you the most about people?
I’m not someone who gets irritated at all, I’m chilled out. I’m hard from out the outside but I’m very soft from the inside.
Which word/phrase do you overuse the most?
Cats or dogs?
Which is the scariest thing you have ever done?
I’ve tried scuba diving . . . I’m very afraid of the ocean and I just got lost and I was awe-struck by the ocean.
A message from you to whoever is reading this . . .
That it’s always about being a good human being.
On his latest collab:
Hardik Pandya, a youth icon and the most stylish cricketer in the biz, was recently announced as the brand ambassador for EUME.
Speaking to MW India, Pandya also stated that what really excited him about the collab is that the bag reflects his personality. “I’m someone who likes to keep things pretty stylish and when I heard about this brand, I was pretty excited. This bag is bringing something new to the market and when I met them (Sanjay Parekh, CEO – EUME, Naina Parekh, Founder – EUME), the excitement that I saw in them was fantastic,” he said.
“For me, as I mentioned, it’s all about having comfort and lots of practicality because I travel almost every next day. When I got it, I was quite excited because it was helping me a lot in my daily life as well – in my gym or anywhere I used to go,” he added.