Pant has made a great start to life as a Test cricketer following his debut against England in Trent Bridge. Pant went on to notch up his maiden century in only his third Test that India lost to England at The Oval.
The youngster's power-hitting caught the eye of cricket pundits and fans across the globe.
Following his exploits in England, Pant had his first taste of Test cricket at home when India took on the visiting Windies side in the first of the two-match series in Rajkot.
Pant yet again gave a good account himself by showcasing some brilliant attacking batting. He reached his half-century by depositing Keemo Paul to the mid-wicket boundary for a maximum.
The left-hander played some powerful, forceful shots against the medium pacers and used the crease to brilliant effect against the spinners.
Pant fell eight runs short of his second Test century, trying to go for a big hit off the bowling off Devendra Bishoo but managed to get only a leading edge.
However, the 21-year-old will have a chance to put the record right on Day 3 of the 2nd Test in Hyderabad.