Rishabh Pant joins Threads app, gets fifty thousand followers on the first day

Rishabh Pant joins threads app

Rishabh Pant joins Threads app which was introduced by Mark Zuckerburg, gaining more than fifty thousand followers on the first day.

Rishabh Pant joins Threads app

Rishabh Pant has been active for a few days on social media and keeps sharing updates about his health and recovery.

The 25-year-old wicketkeeper-batsman has been sided from the games since his car accident on December 2022. He’s been on his rehabilitation at National Cricket Academy in Bengaluru.

Rishabh Pant
Rishabh Pant(Image: BCCI)

On this occasion, Pant has made his debut on the recently launched Threads app. It’s basically a text conversation-related app which his joining made more fans join it.

Pant made his first post entering into the latest trend and gained more followers on the first day.

His first post read, “Let’s create a thread for everyone to join in a welcoming way and see. That includes @zuck. And get as many people as possible in the same thread. We all can welcome on the same thread. Let’s try this public and respected people make it a big one.”

Following that Rishabh Pant posted a picture of himself at the gym, with the inspiring phrase “Be legendary” adorning the wall in the background.

While this post got the required attention, he made an announcement about the new social media platform which made the wanted spotlight for the app to reach many users. Within moments, the post became viral after the announcement, leaving heartfelt comments and sparking a good conversation.

Then, on July 7, he went on to wish Mahendra Singh Dhoni Captain Cool’s birthday. “An inspiration to so many people across the country. Thanks for everything you have done for Indian cricket. Happy birthday Mahi bhai!” he wrote.

Rishabh Pant Car accident

Pant suffered multiple injuries when his BMW car collided with a road divider on the Delhi-Dehradun highway. Pant suffered injuries on his head, back and feet but is in stable condition.

Regarding the accident, Uttarakhand DGP Ashok Kumar told IT that Pant was driving his BMW car that caught fire after hitting the divider at the Narsan border. Pant claimed he lost control of the car after falling asleep while driving, according to the Director General of Police in Uttarakhand. Rishabh Pant was alone in the car at the time of the accident and broke a window to escape.

The first X-rays of Pant suggest there is no fracture and no burns on the body. According to Dr Sushil Nagar who led the emergency treatment, Pant has laceration wounds on his forehead, one right above the left eye; there is a ligament tear in his knee; and abrasions on his back.

He has also injured his right ankle. However, the first X-rays suggested there is no fracture and there are no burns on Pant’s body.

He has been sent to the Max Hospital in Dehradun where further scans, including an MRI, will determine the extent of the injuries and further course of treatment. Pant reached the hospital at 6 AM.

Rishabh Pant Injury Update

As per a report, Pant had surgery on his medial collateral ligament (MCL), and he also had some repairs on the anterior cruciate ligament (ACL). However, it was the posterior cruciate ligament (PCL) that posed problems for the player. He was informed that a second surgery on the PCL could be required, but it has reportedly been ruled out now.

The 25-year-old was expected to undergo another minor surgery, but his recovery has been going far better than expected, and his comeback to the field could come very soon as well, A BCCI official confirms.

Pant is recovering faster than expected and the BCCI is tracking his rehab. Meanwhile, Pant has thrown away his crutches and is walking without them.

Thulasi Ram Yuvaraj physio at the NCA is monitoring Pant’s recovery after his movement from Mumbai due to a car crash on December 30. Pant is getting his treatment under physio S Rajnikanth, who has collaborated with multiple Indian age-group teams in the past.