The much-anticipated auctions for IPL 2018 are now over and the franchises have shown their might by making some spectacular purchases costing great sums. At the two-day auctions ceremony held at Bangalore, Ben Stokes emerged as the most expensive player sold in this year’s auctions.
The Rajasthan Royals bought Ben Stokes for 12.5 crores and the champions in 2008 then also purchased the most expensive Indian player in this auction. They bought Jaydev Unadkat for 11.5 crores.
KKR’s MYSTERY GIRL AT THE AUCTIONS STOLE THE LIMELIGHT
The auctions had a lot to offer. From Preity Zinta’s excitement to Niti Ambani’s laziness, we got to witness a lot during the IPL auctions. But what caught all eyeballs was the cute girl making bids for the Kolkata Knight Riders.
WHO IS THIS MYSTERY, GIRL?
As we know Juhi Chawla has been a constant with the KKR and she’s been always there for the team. But today when Auctions we’re underway a cute girl sitting next to coaches Jacques Kallis and Simon Katich was spotted and she took all the limelight. Her name is Jhanvi Mehta and she’s the daughter of Juhi Chawla.
Now when she’s caught all the eyeballs, it would be interesting to know some facts about her.
1. Youngest ever at IPL auctions
She’s the youngest person ever to attend the IPL auctions. She’ll turn 17 on February 1 and became the youngest person to be a part of the IPL auctions.
2. Studies Abroad
The 16-year-old daughter of Juhi Chawla studies at the Charter House boarding school in London. Her 15-year-old brother, Arjun Mehta also studies in the same school.
3. Topper At School
When Jhanvi was in her 10th standard at the famous Dhirubhai Ambani School, she got a CGPA of 10 and was among the few who got A1 grade in all subjects.
4. Aspires to be writer
Jhanvi Mehta aspires to be a writer and is a keen enthusiast in writing. Juhi Chawla has mentioned it a lot many times that her daughter wants to be a writer rather than being an actor.
5. Big Fan of Deepika Padukone
Jhanvi Mehta is a big fan of Deepika Padukone who’s become an international sensation now.