My aim is to get a house for my parents with IPL money: Mumbai Indians’ Tilak Varma


Five-time Indian Premier League winner Mumbai Indians didn’t get to the best starts in the tournament. They have lost two games on a trot and are struggling to get back on the winning track. But, they have one thing positive with them their costliest buy Ishan Kishan and youngster Tilak Varma are scoring runs from the middle-order. Meanwhile, the latter recently revealed a heartwarming wish of buying a house for his parents in Mumbai.

Tilak Varma is a well-known name in India’s domestic circuit. He has been consistently scoring runs with the bat. As a result, he was picked by Mumbai Indians earlier this year from the IPL 2022 Mega-Auction at a price of INR 1.7 Crores.

Tilak Varma wants to fulfill his dream in this IPL

The right-handed batsman managed only 22 runs off 15 balls. In the very next game, he got off to a flying start and smacked 61 runs off 33 balls. He almost single-handedly won the game for his team. But, he was dismissed by Ravi Ashwin on a brilliant delivery. However, the youngster showed that he is going to play a key role in MI’s middle-order going ahead in the ongoing season.

The youngster’s name is in the spotlight at the moment. And, in a recent interview, Tilak Varma has revealed his wish. The left-handed batsman said that he grew up in a middle-class family and faced financial problems. He added that his father had to take care of his expenses on a small salary. But, now, he wants to fulfill his dream of buying a house for his parents in Mumbai by playing cricket.

“Growing up, we’ve had a lot of financial difficulties. My father with his meagre salary had to look after my cricket expenses as well as my elder brother’s studies. In the last few years, with some sponsorship and match fees,

“I could just about take care of my cricketing expenses. We don’t own a house as yet. So with whatever I have earned in this IPL, my only aim is to get a house for my parents. This IPL money gives me the luxury to play freely for the rest of my career.” Tilak was quoted as saying by Cricbuzz.

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