Anupam Kher and Rishabh Pant meet in a hospital in Dehradun.

Anil Kapoor added, “He is in good spirits and should be OK; we also visited his mother and family, and all are really nice.”

Dehradun: On Saturday morning, Bollywood actors Anil Kapoor and Anupam Kher met Indian cricketer Rishabh Pant, who is receiving treatment at the Max Hospital in Dehradun after being involved in a car accident. Anupam Kher, an actor, stated in a statement to the media, “We learned that Rishabh Pant is in the hospital, so I and Anil, as regular citizens, came to meet him. He is much better, has a very positive outlook, and has the blessings of the entire country of India, so he will recover quickly. We met his mother. We met his family members, and everything was nice and we had them laughing. As admirers, we went to meet him.

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Added Anil Kapoor: “He is in good spirits and should be well. We also got to meet his mother and other family members, who are all wonderful. I’d want to ask everybody watching to please pray for him so he can get better quickly and resume playing.”

After his posh car crashed into a road barrier and caught fire on the Delhi-Dehradun highway, the wicketkeeper-batter narrowly avoided dying. He reportedly fell asleep behind the wheel.

The brain and spinal cord MRI results for Rishabh Pant came back as “normal.” Rishabh Pant, who was travelling alone in the vehicle, had injuries to his forehead, leg, and back.

BCCI earlier released a statement that read, “Pant has two cuts on his forehead, a torn ligament in his right knee, as well as injuries to his right wrist, ankle, and toe. His back also has abrasions. According to a BCCI statement released to the media, Rishabh’s health is stable, and he has now been transferred to Max Hospital in Dehradun where he will undergo MRI scans to determine the extent of his injuries and determine his next course of treatment.”

The Board promised to make sure Pant gets the greatest medical attention and all the support he needs to recover from this painful time.

In 33 Test matches for India, the wicket-keeper batsman amassed 2271 runs at an average of 43.67. His biggest Test tonne was 159 not out, and he has five to his name. In addition, Rishabh Pant has 119 catches and 14 stumpings to his credit.

He has played in 30 ODIs and totaled 865 runs at an average of 34.60, including five half-centuries and a century with a strike rate of 106.65. In ODIs, Pant has recorded 26 catches and one stumping behind the stumps. The wicket-keeper hitter has 987 runs, three half-centuries, an average of 22.43 runs per T20I, and a strike rate of 126.37 in 66 games.

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