Hardik Pandya Celebrates T20 World Cup Win: Emotional Tribute to Fans at Mumbai Victory Parade

Hardik Pandya, the famed all-rounder of India’s winning T20 World Cup 2024 team, shared a touching moment during the victory parade in Mumbai, which was arranged by the BCCI.

The footage was captured at the BCCI-organized victory parade, which was held to commemorate the Indian team’s incredible victory at the 2024 T20 World Cup.

Hardik Pandya Celebrates T20 World Cup Win: Emotional Tribute to Fans at Mumbai Victory Parade
Hardik Pandya leading Team India during the T20 World Cup victory procession. Photo Credit: AFP

India’s all-rounder Hardik Pandya, who won the T20 World Cup, released a unique video on Thursday showing him celebrating on the open-top bus’ roof while a sea of cricket enthusiasts cheered him on as it made its way along Mumbai’s Marine Drive.

The picture was shot during the triumph parade that the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) arranged to commemorate the Indian team’s incredible victory over South Africa in last week’s ICC Men’s T20 World Cup 2024 final in Bridgetown, Barbados.

Pandya declared in the heartfelt statement that accompanied the video that “all 1.4 billion of us” are champions. He remarked that the players do what they do to celebrate with the fans and thanked the cricket fans for their affection.

“India, you are everything to me! I sincerely appreciate your love and support; these are moments I will always treasure! We appreciate you joining us in celebrating in spite of the rain. We adore you so much, Pandya stated in his X, formerly Twitter, post.

“The reason we do what we do is to celebrate with you! All of us are champions! 1.4 billion of us in total! “Thank you Mumbai, thank you India,” exclaimed Hardik Pandya, holding the trophy in his hand and dancing on the bus with joyous profusion.

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The Gujarati all-rounder experienced an emotional breakdown following India’s victory in the T20 World Cup held in Barbados. After suffering an injury during the Men’s ODI World Cup and watching his team lose to Australia in the final, Pandya had a terrible six months. He was also heckled and harassed by fans when Rohit Sharma was benched and replaced as captain by the Mumbai Indians during the Indian Premier League.

Rekindling the emotions was bowling a superb final over to help India win the World Cup and being greeted by a larger crowd at the Wankhede.

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