IPL 2024: Fans Expect MI’s Comeback After Seeing Hardik Pandya At Gujarat’s Somnath Temple

After facing a lot of failures this IPL season, the captain of MI, Hardik Pandya was seen offering prayer at Somnath temple in Gujarat.

In IPL 2024, Mumbai Indians is the only team who haven’t won a single match till date. The team has been trolled by many for their poor performances. And people are holding Hardik Pandya responsible for it. In the midst of this trolling session on the internet, Hardik Pandya was seen at Somnath temple in Gujarat. Seeing his spiritual side, fans are expecting a heavy comeback of MI in IPL 2024. 

Captain of Mumbai Indians, Hardik Pandya visited Somnath Temple of Mahadev. Hardik dressed up in sky blue Pathani. He offered prayer to Lord Mahadev. He also did Abhishek on Shiv Linga. His overall presence at the temple was emotional. Faith in his heart while offering prayer was seen on his face. The atmosphere in religious places gives you a kind of spiritual energy and your entire body starts feeling the positivity within yourself. He sought blessings at the temple. Hardik Pandya definitely needed it after facing criticism for leading Mumbai Indians team. 

After watching his video, many netizens reacted in an optimistic way. One wrote “Ab hoga comeback”. Another commented, “He will perform well soon.” Someone wrote, “More power to you Hardik. Let the Dog Bark at your success.” On the other hand, some called this a publicity stunt. Hardik was the victim of internet trolling and fans blamed him for the failure of MI. And hence, this serves as a PR activity to regain his image. Well, whatever the reason is, MI needs an effective comeback to make a place in this IPL. MI will next play its game on Sunday, April 7 against Delhi Capitals, led by Rishabh Pant.

Before this, King Kohli and Anushka Sharma were spotted at the Mahakaleshwar Temple Ujjain, and it is said that after visiting the temple, Virat did a great job in IPL 2023. 

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