Harsha Bhogle Removed From The Commentary Panel of IPL 2016 !

Harsha Bhogle banned from commentary in IPL 2016.

The BCCI has ended IPL contract of Harsha Bhogle meaning the 54-year-old won't be heard commentating amid the current season of the exceptionally popular Indian household T20 competition. Bhogle has been a consistent in the commentary box subsequent to the inaugural season of the Indian Premier League in 2008 however in an amazing move, the cricket board has chosen to get rid of his services for the ongoing season.

Harsha Bhogle

As per report in 'The Indian Express', the 54-year-old, who has been cricket's voice subsequent to the 1980s and has been bringing fans all the live happenings of IPL since its commencement in 2008, was educated about the end of his agreement just a week ago by the BCCI.

Bhogle was surprised himself at the boards choice as he had been highlighted in the limited time videos of the most recent season and even had his flight tickets reserved for his commentary schedule.

“When deciding the commentators, we take feedback from everyone. We monitor social media reactions on commentators, and also take inputs from players,” a senior BCCI official was quoted in the report on condition of anonymity.

While there is no clarity on the issue, it is learnt that a heated debate with a Vidarbha Cricket Association official amid the India-New Zealand match in ICC World Twenty20 may have prompted Bhogle's ouster from the commentary team for IPL.

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While the whole nation burst out in festivities taking after Team India's nerve-wracking one run win against Bangladesh in the ICC World T20 as of late, there was one individual who was not all that upbeat. It had nothing to do with the Indian win yet with the critique.

Bollywood performing artist Amitabh Bachchan has been an enthusiastic supporter of Mahendra Singh Dhoni-drove Indian cricket group and has additionally shared his feelings on Twitter.

Harsha Bhogle's voice is synonymous with cricket in India however those taking after Indian Premier League will no more get the opportunity to hear his trademark editorial, as the Board of Control for Cricket in India has chosen to mitigate him from his obligations from the competition's ninth version.

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