Cheteshwar Pujara has long been a pillar of India’s Test batting order at number three. Due to his status as a Test player, he hasn’t participated in the Indian Premier League (IPL) for a very long time. He did, however, participate in the T20 spectacular in 2009 after the Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) hired him. Due to national elections in India, the IPL was also being played in South Africa during this season.
Pujara’s father recalled a time during the IPL 2009 when Shah Rukh Khan, the co-owner of the KKR franchise, generously volunteered to help the family. The event occurred at that time, when Pujara’s family was adamant that the player not be allowed to play because of a hamstring ailment.The cricketer should go back to Rajkot and receive care.
Shah Rukh Khan urged that Cheteshwar Pujara remain in South Africa and undergo the procedure, though. The cricketer’s father may have remembered Shah Rukh’s thoughtful offer to transport their family doctor Nirbhay Shah and any number of family members to the rainbow nation in order to persuade them.
We wanted him to come back to Rajkot and have the procedure done there. However, KKR requested that Chintu receive treatment in South Africa, rather than the other co-owner Shah Rukh Khan. He was making logical arguments. South African doctors were more accustomed to doing these surgeries because rugby players frequently sustain this ailment.
Chintu should receive the best medical care because he had a bright future ahead of him. He offered to fly Dr. Shah and as many of his family members as necessary to South Africa to persuade us. I begged Dr. Shah to travel alone because I didn’t have a passport. He insisted that I go on the trip with him though. In record time, all the paperwork was completed, and Arvind Pujara was on a plane to South Africa, he wrote in his Indian Express column.Shah Rukh believed the same thing, saying