Star Indian cricketer Rishabh Pant recently met with a horrific car accident and got severely injured. He is currently admitted to a hospital in Dehradun and has been recovering well. As per the media reports, Pant will be flown to Mumbai on January 4 for further treatment. He met with an accident near Roorkee on December 29 when he was returning to his home from Delhi.
King of Bollywood Shahrukh Khan is busy promoting his next film Pathan these days. In this connection, today Shah Rukh Khan started an #AskSRK session on Twitter. Fans asked many questions to King Khan with the Ask SRK hashtag. Meanwhile, a user asked Shahrukh to pray for the speedy recovery of Pant.
A user named Darshan Shah asked Shah Rukh on Twitter, “Please pray for Rishabh Pant to get well soon.” On this, Shahrukh Khan immediately replied, “Inshallah, he will get well soon. He is a fighter and a very strong person.”
Inshaallah he will be well soon. He is a fighter and a very tough guy. https://t.co/Z0aiecasPo— Shah Rukh Khan (@iamsrk) January 4, 2023
Pant had some injuries after the accident
Pant was driving his Mercedes car, which met with an accident. Pant got some injuries to his head, knee, and shin as a result of the accident. According to police, the star cricketer was traveling alone in the car when his Mercedes GLE hit the divider railing on the Delhi-Haridwar highway at around 5:30 am. The car immediately caught fire and was charred within minutes. The fire tenders reached the spot and extinguished the fire. Luckily with the help of some people, Pant was able to get out of the car at the right moment.
After MS Dhoni’s retirement, Pant has been India’s go-to wicketkeeper across all formats. Over the past two years, he has also been one of India’s best batsmen in Test cricket. Pant was part of India’s playing XI in the recently concluded second Test against Bangladesh in Dhaka on Sunday (December 25). In that game, he was the top-scorer for India in the first innings by making 93 runs from 105 balls. Pant will be aiming to make comeback soon as 50-over World Cup will take place this year.