Urvashi Rautela posts cryptic message on Instagram after Rishabh Pant’s freak accident
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Bollywood actress Urvashi Rautela posted a cryptic message on her Instagram account after Rishabh Pant suffered multiple serious injuries following a major road accident on Friday, December 30.
The 25-year-old wicketkeeper-batter met with a heart-wrenching accident near Uttarakhand’s Roorkee as the car that he was driving rammed into road dividers and later caught fire.
As per reports, Pant broke the glass and came out of the car to rescue himself. Later, he was taken to a local hospital in Roorkee, where he received his initial treatment before he was moved to Max hospital in Dehradun.
As things stand, the cricketer is reportedly out of danger but has sustained a couple of laceration wounds on his forehead, has a ligament tear in his knee, and abrasions on his back.
“Cricketer Rishabh Pant is under the observation of Orthopedics & plastic surgeons. His condition is stable. His detailed medical bulletin will be released once he’s examined. Thereafter, we’ll take the next steps,” said Dr Ashish Yagnik of Max Hospital, Dehradun.
Notably, Urvashi Rautela has been making headlines for quite some time now due to her association with Rishabh Pant in the past. The former Miss Diva Universe (2015) was once rumoured to be dating Pant and thus, her latest Instagram post captioned ‘praying’ after Pant’s accident is garnering eyeballs on social media.
Multiple former cricketers like Irfan Pathan, Virender Sehwag, Gautam Gambhir and Anil Kumble have extended their best wishes for Pant on Twitter. His teammates, Mohammed Shami, Ravindra Jadeja, and Ravichandran Ashwin too have shared heartfelt messages for him.
BCCI (Board of Control for Cricket in India) has put out a statement for the media regarding Pant’s unfortunate accident. The governing body has mentioned that it will ensure that the cricketer receives best possible medical facilities and also the utmost care and attention possible to help him get out of the tragic phase.