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."
Thank you Nattu. I will treasure the return present & wear it with pride... @Natarajan_91 https://t.co/KxciWdQ1ai— anand mahindra (@anandmahindra) April 2, 2021
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.