Pranav Dhanawade: A Special KID

It takes something special to get feature in the front page of the news paper for those things which I call it as PASSION! Yes, Playing cricket is become a passion in India. Of course we do play it from Heart as well.


Pranay Dhanawade achieved a lifetime in the history of cricket book.
Yes, Pranav Dhanawade of KC Gandhi School has scored 1009* in 323 balls against Arya Gurukul School, a feat never before achieved in any form of cricket’s illustrious history. His team declared their innings on 1465, another world record. Pranav’s knock consisted of 59 sixes and 129 fours, played at a strike rate of 312.38.


This is really a superhuman knock by Pranav, seems his father hard earned money by driving extra hours in the auto rickshaw. This really feels great that something is going to happen if we have the support and the effort we put into the game.


Yes, we had seen lot’s of applaud from all the cricket giants and as well as The Maharashtra government announced their decision to bear all coaching and education expenditures of the 15-year-old. Surely that’s the day that Pranav and his family are waiting. And Pranav has made it though.

Hard work never fails, it might get delayed but it never misses anybody. Just love your work and succeed in that. Everyone has to take this kid as inspiration and should think BIG and Work like this superhuman. 🙂




Author: Ugly Indian

Simple♥, Humble♥, Generous♥, L♥vable, and Goes on....♥♥ ツ Engineering by Choice, Banker as a Profession 😉. Photography has become my favourite activity since my Engineering days, and now it turned out to be a part of my Life. It's my Passion actually ☺ and Blogging is adding cherry to the cake for my Photography! 😆

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