Natasa Stankovic shares a kissing picture with Hardik Pandya, Instagram restores it after deletion

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Natasa Stankovic, Hardik Pandya (Image Source: Twitter)
  • Instagram restores Natasa Stankovic's adorable picture with her husband Hardik Pandya.

  • Pandya is ready to feature for Mumbai Indians in the IPL 2020.

Even when the world has come to a screeching halt in the wake of the ongoing pandemic, life goes on as usual for the Indian cricketer Hardik Pandya.


While the whole nation was under lockdown, Hardik got married to the Serbian actress Natasa Stankovic and the duo have also been blessed with a baby boy last month.

Both Hardik and Natasa are a constant presence on social media. They keep updating the fans about their whereabouts and lots of other personal stuff.


Natasa recently posted a mushy picture in which the cricketer husband is kissing her on the cheeks. The post soon garnered thousands of love reactions. But, Instagram removed it, citing the violation of their community guidelines.

‘Post removed for harmful false information’ written alongside the photo. Instagram instead showed the notification, “Your post goes against our community guidelines – We removed your post because it goes against our community guidelines. We created these guidelines to support and protect our community on Instagram,” it wrote.

Natasa instantly added a story expressing her displeasure over the issue and asked: “Seriously @instagram?”


Natasa-Stankovic story (Image Source: Twitter)

However, now it appears that Instagram has duly restored her picture after receiving complaints.

Here’s the post that is going viral on social media:


Meanwhile, Hardik suffered a nagging back injury that hindered his cricketing activity for quite some time. He was all set to make his comeback during the South Africa tour of India. But, the series was postponed due to the coronavirus outbreak.

The 26-year-old will be next seen in action while donning the Mumbai Indians (MI) jersey in the upcoming edition of the Indian Premier League (IPL).

The cash-rich league is slated to commence from September 19 in the UAE. Dubai, Abu Dhabi and Sharjah are the three cities which will host all matches of the tournament.


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