Indian cricket prodigy Yashasvi Jaiswal, currently making waves on the cricket field, has recently made headlines for his impressive performance. Despite being just 22 years old, he has already displayed remarkable prowess, notably surpassing the experienced James Anderson in a recent match. With two consecutive double centuries in the ongoing Test series against England, Jaiswal’s meteoric rise continues to captivate fans. Alongside his on-field exploits, news has surfaced of his recent real estate investment in Mumbai.

Jaiswal has acquired a luxurious apartment in X BKC for a staggering sum of Rs 5.4 crore. According to documents obtained by Liases Foras, the 1,100-square-foot flat situated in Wing 3 of a building in Bandra (East) was officially registered on January 7, as reported by TOI. The transaction was finalized at a rate of Rs 48,499 per square foot. Speculations regarding this purchase had been circulating for some time, and Jaiswal expressed excitement about the move around the time of his Test debut.

However, Jaiswal’s journey to success has been anything but conventional. Originally hailing from a village in the Badohi district of Uttar Pradesh, he ventured to Mumbai as a young boy in pursuit of his cricketing dreams. In those early days, he resided in a tent at Azad Maidan, illustrating his unwavering determination and dedication to the sport. Notably, he also extended a helping hand to a local vendor selling pani puri during his initial struggles. These anecdotes from his humble beginnings often resurface on social media platforms, underscoring the remarkable journey of this cricketing sensation.

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