Anand Mahindra Gifts T Natarajan A Vehicle, Gets A 'Treasure' In Return
Business magnate Anand Mahindra was thrilled to get a treasured gift from India pacer T. Natarajan after gifting the bowler with a new vehicle.
Anand Mahindra had gifted a Thar SUV to T Natarajan
T Natarajan gave a signed jersey as a return gift
It was the jersey, the bowler wore during the Brisbane Test in January
Anand Mahindra was thrilled with the "return gift" he got after presenting India pacer T. Natarajan with a Mahindra Thar as the former got a jersey signed by the rising star. Mahindra, who gifted India's new pace discovery Natarajan with a new vehicle and got a valuable return gift - the jersey that the left-arm bowler wore during the historic Brisbane Test against Australia in January this year. Thrilled at having received the present, the businessman wrote, "Thank you Nattu. I will treasure the return present and wear it with pride."
Mahindra's post was in response to a two-part tweet put out by Natarajan on Thursday. "As I drive the beautiful Mahindra Thar home today, I feel immense gratitude towards Shri Anand Mahindra for recognising my journey & for his appreciation. I trust sir, that given your love for cricket, you will find this signed shirt of mine from the #Gabba Test, meaningful."
As I drive the beautiful @Mahindra_Thar home today, I feel immense gratitude towards Shri @anandmahindra for recognising my journey & for his appreciation. I trust sir, that given your love for cricket, you will find this signed shirt of mine from the #Gabba Test, meaningful 2/2— Natarajan (@Natarajan_91) April 1, 2021
Natarajan's rise has been impressive. In the Indian Premier League (IPL) 2020, playing for SunRisers Hyderabad (SRH), he earned a lot of praise for his accuracy, especially in the death overs.
His performance in the IPL got him his maiden India call-up for the tour of Australia last year. Multiple injuries in the squad opened a window of opportunity for Natarajan, and he got to play all three formats, impressing one and all.
Applauding the pacer's performance and that of five other youngsters -- Shardul Thakur, Mohammed Siraj, Shubman Gill, Navdeep Saini and Washington Sundar -- during the tour Down Under, Anand Mahindra had announced that he would gift each of them a Thar.