Bhogle to return to commentary for India’s tour to West Indies

Bhogle to return to commentary for India's tour to West Indies
Harsha Bhogle is a renowned Indian cricket commentator.

Renowned Indian cricket commentator and cricket analyst, Harsha Bhogle will finally return to the commentary box for India’s tour to West Indies. The series will start from June 23. [বাংলায় পড়ুনঃ ধারাভাষ্যে ফিরছেন হার্শা ভোগলে]

Bhogle himself posted on twitter and confirmed that he will be doing commentary on the India’s vs West Indies series. He posted, “I go from here to the West Indies. Am looking forward to hosting cricket and doing commentary from there. Your support has meant a lot to me.” 

Bhogle has been absent from the commentating on International fixtures for quite sometime. The last international tournament that Bhogle commentated on was the ICC World T20 2016 which was held in India.

He was controversially removed from the commentary panel after the conclusion of the tournament. There was no reason given for this parting of ways, and there were conspiracy theories fuelling the fire.

Bhogle himself was disheartened from all this and posted a long heartfelt message on facebook after the incident.

I must confess I am a little uncomfortable with all the attention I have been getting recently. I am just a cricket…

Posted by Harsha Bhogle on Monday, April 11, 2016

The Board of Control of Cricket In India(BCCI) faced a lot of backlash from the fans after the controversial decision to exclude Bhogle from the commentary box. However, Bhogle remained extremely active on social media platforms and offered his views through multiple outlets. He even did Hindi commentary on Indian Premier League 2017.

His former colleague on the Hindi commentary box, Akash Chopra congratulated Bhogle on tweeter.

 Ashfaq Niloy,Correspondent,


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