”Kown Banega Crorepati” is one of those shows, which got a huge fan base in India. The evergreen actor Amitabh Bachchan is the host of the show, who is back to the fans of the show for 11th time. Meanwhile, a question was asked relating Pandya brothers on the show. Regarding the same, Krunal Pandya took to Twitter to lock his answer.

As we know in KBC several questions based on General Knowledge is asked from different fields to the players starting from sports, politics, history etc. One such question from yesterday’s episode grabbed the attention of Indian cricketer Krunal Pandya.

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Krunal Pandya plays for Mumbai Indians in IPL:

Amitabh Bachchan shot a question to a woman contestant that said which pair of brothers play for Mumbai Indians. With the four options (Chahar, Pathan, Warner) that were displayed on the ‘computer screen’, ‘Pandya’ was one of the options — Krunal and Hardik. Within minutes, Krunal requested Bachchan to lock ‘option D’ on his Twitter.

Krunal Pandya, Amitabh Bachchan
Pandya brothers (Credits – Twitter)

The Pandya brothers would be a part of the Indian team which will have South Africa in a T20I, ODIs. The series will see three games and it will be trailed by a three-match Test series. The T20I series will stamp Hardik’s comeback to international cricket after the World Cup as he was given rest for the whole West Indies series.

Recently, the two brothers were spotted playing against each other in the nets. While Krunal chose to bowl, Hardik had a bat in the nets. Hardik looked in ominous touch as he smashed Krunal on most occasions from the middle of the bat.

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Having made a comeback into the T20I squad, it will be interesting to know if Pandya brothers will play together or not in the T20I series against South Africa.

Here is his tweet:

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