The handsome hunk of Bollywood, Sidharth Malhotra is currently having a fantastic time holidaying in New Zealand which is clearly visible in the pictures that he keeps on sharing on his Instagram handle – ‘s1dofficial’ and all the video and pictures are already giving us holiday jitters. New Zealand is one such country with breathtaking picturesque views filled with greenery and spectacular landscapes. Also, the natives of New Zealand are extremelyy cool and composed, sociable and welcoming. There is apparently no end to the things and places to see in New Zealand. The country is exceptionally popular for the fun adventure sports it has in store for the people who visit the country from across the globe.
New Zealand is undoubtedly a place that is most cherished by adventure lover’s as the country is widely known for adventures like bungee jumping and various other thrills that will race up your adrenaline like nothing else!
In these videos and pictures, Sidharth is seen taking a chopper ride across the hills of Christchurch city and he also played ball with the legend Richie McCaw.
Quick knowledge tip: Richie McCaw is the greatest rugby player that the world has ever seen. He also led New Zealand to two world cup victories in rugby. Richie McCaw also revealed that during his time as a rugby player, he used to head out to the countryside and have a barbecue party with his teammates on the hills, which is exactly what he did with Sidharth Malhotra when they met in Christchurch city.
Apart from Sidharth’s meeting with the great Richie McCaw, Sidharth Malhotra also met Stephen Fleming, who is the former New Zealand cricket captain.
Meeting Stephen was so delightful for Sidharth that he took to Instagram to express his happiness as, “First meeting Stephen Fleming, the great former New Zealand cricket captain and now I have met Richie McCaw, the best rugby player ever, can this get any better? I feel like the luckiest guy.”
Apart from this, Sidharth Malhotra has had his share of Harley rides in New Zealand with Stephen Fleming and Brendon Mccullum, swam with the dolphins in Akaroa, traveled in local trains and bumped into NZ’s Pm at the Auckland airport.