Gera Developments announces partnership with Rohit Sharma’s cricket academy CricKingdom

Gera Developments, pioneers of the real estate business and the award-winning creators of premium residential and commercial projects in Goa, Pune, and California, have signed a partnership with CricKingdom, Cricket Academy by Rohit Sharma for their latest ChildCentric Homes project, Gera Planet of Joy Upper Kharadi, Pune.

The Cricket Academy at the project will be managed by CricKingdom and mentored by certified coaches to run the coaching operations, consultations and all the other game-related advice for the resident children of the project.

Speaking about the tie-up, Rohit Gera, Managing Director, Gera Developments said: “We are elated to announce this partnership with CricKingdom, Cricket Academy by Rohit Sharma. We hope and wish that this academy will produce many such talents of its own by providing professional guidance and nurturing talent amongst the children residing in the local community.”

CricKingdom is an exciting addition to Gera’s Planet of Joy, Kharadi, Pune. It is one of the world’s first platforms that will connect Cricket, players, coaches, students, academies, and facilities into an integrated ecosystem that would drive seamless engagement, interaction, learning and transaction, all under the able mentorship and guidance of CricKingdom Team.

Gera’s Planet of Joy project consists of 8 towers offering various configuration of 2 & 3 BHK prime, grand and duplex apartments and 78 Cluster villas of 2 & 3 BHK along with 9 celebrity learning academies such as CricKingdom – Cricket Academy by Rohit Sharma, Badminton Gurukul by Pullela Gopichand, Mahesh Bhupathi Tennis Academies, Bhaichung Bhutia Football Schools, Academy of Gymnastics by Dipa Karmakar, Michael Phelps Swimming Program by The Sports Gurukul, Shiamak Davar’s Institute for Performing Arts, Shankar Mahadevan Academy and Dale Carnegie Training India.

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