According to Marathi newspaper Saamana, Sports Omprakash Bakoria said that Dharashiv’s chief executive officer Rahul Gupta has also confirmed Rajvardhan Hangargekar’s real age. According to him, Rajvardhan is a student of Terna Public School. According to school records, Hangargekar’s actual date of birth was 10 January 2001. This remained the same from class I to VII. However, while giving admission in 8th, the headmaster changed it and changed the date of birth to 10th November 2002. This means that during the Under-19 World Cup held between January 14 and February 5, the age of this pacer was 21 years.
Chennai bought for Rs 1.5 crore
Rajvardhan took five wickets in the Under-10 World Cup. Along with this, he also made a useful performance with the bat. He scored 39 runs in 17 balls against Ireland. In the recently held IPL auction, Chennai Super Kings bought him for Rs 1.5 crore.