Doing Bungee Jumping was the stupid decision of my life, said Pragyan Ojha!

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Pragyan Ojha

The left-hand spinner Pragyan Ojha said that doing bungee jumping from the roof of cricket stadium was the most stupid decision of his life.

Recently Pragyan Ojha shared a video on his social media account in which he did bungee jumping by jumping off the roof of a cricket stadium.

Pragyan Ojha is the retired Indian left-hand spinner. Recently he revealed to his fans in a social media post that he was scared of heights. He went off to say that he thought the best way to overcome his fear is to face heights by doing bungee jumping. He captions the post on twitter as, “I always had the fear of heights back then I thought this was the best way to get it out of my brain…. Stupid me! #bungeeswing #jaibajrangbali”. In the video shared by him, he can be seen jumping from the roof of a cricket stadium which was very high for someone who is scared of heights.

The left-arm spinner, Pragyan Ojha had announced his retirement from all the forms of the game in February this year. Ojha had made a debut in an ODI match against Bangladesh in the year 2008. After that became a part of all the three formats of the Indian cricket team. However, Pragyan Ojha played his last International Cricket Match in the year 2013 against West Indies at Mumbai. This match was also legend Sachin Tendulkar’s farewell match after playing for the country for 24 years.

Pragyan Ojha also showed exemplary performance in the IPL league. Ojha has been featured in 92 matches and has taken 89 wickets with a strike rate of 21.34. The former India player has been very supportive in the fight against the Coronavirus Pandemic in India.

Ojha has shown full support to the Government’s decision of 21-days-lockdown and appealed citizens to follow the Government’s guidelines as India battles against the Pandemic. Several sports personalities from Virat Kohli to Sachin Tendulkar have supported Government in 21-days-lockdown and also give monetary contributions to prevent the Pandemic to spread further.