Kamlesh Nagarkoti flaunts perfect physique in latest IG post

Kamlesh Nagarkoti was last seen in action during IPL 2021 which was postponed due to COVID-19.

Kamlesh Nagarkoti. (Photo source: Instagram)

Calcutta HorsemenQuick pitcher Kamlesh Nagarkoti is one of the best young talents in the country. After winning the 2018 ICC U-19 Cricket World Cup with the Indian team, Nagarkoti has become a popular cricketer in Indian national circuits. Over time, it has also gained several followers on its social media platforms.

Recently, the Rajasthan-born pacer uploaded a shirtless photo of himself to Instagram that has gone viral among cricket fans. He uploaded a mirror selfie of himself and from the photo he posted it looks like it was taken right after he got out of the shower. The 21-year-old also added an awesome caption with the photo.

The leader wrote: “You have two choices: me or selfie ?? DECIDE! “. He was seen wrapped in a white towel showing off his six-pack abs and perfectly toned body. Most of his fans loved this pic of him. As of this writing, the post has already won 38 882 likes Nagarkoti currently has over 193,000 followers on his Instagram account.

Chris Green calls Kamlesh Nagarkoti photo a model photo

Interestingly, Australian all-rounder Chris Green and Kolkata Knight Riders also posted a comment praising the youngster. He wrote: “Wow Kammy! Model photo. To this Kamlesh responded by saying, “Thank you, brother. The two shared the dressing room at IPL 2020. Nagarkoti went on to appear in the 2021 edition, while Green was fired ahead of the 2021 edition.

Speaking of Nagarkoti, the young bowler has had some ups and downs in his career so far. It was chosen by the KKR franchise at the 2018 IPL auction for INR 3.2 crore. Unfortunately for the youngster, he was excluded from the 2018 and 2019 editions due to injuries before both seasons.

He only got to make his debut for KKR in 2020 in the UAE edition of the IPL. He didn’t have the breakthrough season as many would have hoped. In 10 games, he took just five wickets with an average of 46.20 and save of 8.88. In the 2021 edition, he only played one game, winning two assists and conceding 25 points.

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