“Musician, Professor, Principal?” – Rishabh Pant shares a new funky look on Instagram story and interrogates the fans

Rishabh Pant

Indian cricketer Rishabh Pant is preparing fiercely for the T20 World Cup 2022. In the midst of these preparations, he is also fulfilling some of his commitments. In a latest post on his social media, he has shared a picture on social media. In this picture, he is seen in a completely different avatar. This picture of him is getting fiercely viral on social media.


Rishabh Pant has shared a story on his Instagram account. There is a picture of him in this story in which he is seen in a different look. His hair is long and white and he is wearing a kurta. Rishabh is also finding it difficult to recognize in this look. He also looks like a aged man in that look.

Sharing this story, Rishabh has asked for public opinion. He asked his fans the question as to who he is looking like in that look. He has also given three options for this question. He has given the first option of musician, the second option is given as a school principal and the third option is a professor.

Rishabh Pant Instagram Story

This new look of Pant is for a new brand endorsement of his. This look of his is now becoming quite viral on social media. Fans are also giving many types of reactions on this. Responding to it, a fan said, “brother, which line have you come?” At the same time, some fans are also praising his look.

Let us tell you that before the India vs Pakistan match, a lot of questions are being raised on the playing XI of the Indian team. The biggest question is about Rishabh Pant whether he will join the Playing XI or not.

Dinesh Karthik and Rishabh Pant are currently two wicketkeepers in the team. While Rishabh Pant is the only left-handed main batsman, on the one hand, Dinesh Karthik can play a vital role as a finisher. It will be interesting to see who gets a place in the playing XI.


Click to comment

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Top Stories

To Top