‘Jo maza garda uda diya mein hai woh hits it out of the stands mein kahan’, says Vedanta boss on Ravi Kishan’s Bhojpuri commentary
On social media, the Chairman of Vedanta Resources Ltd shared his unique experience with his 168.1K followers on Twitter. He said that the Bhojpuri commentary reminded him of his childhood and friends from Bihar.
Hardly 10 days are left for the IPL final. The league match of IPL is at its last stage. Along with this, the top 4 teams of IPL will also be decided today or tomorrow. This time Bhojpuri commentary was also seen in IPL. Well-known Bhojpuri actor and MP Ravi Kishan was seen doing commentary in Bhojpuri. Now business tycoon Anil Agarwal has also become a fan of Ravi Kishan’s commentary. That is why he has written Dil Ki Baat through his post. On social media, the Chairman of Vedanta Resources Ltd shared his unique experience with his 168.1K followers on Twitter. He said that the Bhojpuri commentary reminded him of his childhood and friends from Bihar.
Sharing his memories, Anil Agarwal wrote that when I first started watching cricket, the commentary was only in English. Along with this, he wrote that some would have come in front and some would have gone over the head..but the game of cricket was so interesting that we used to watch it even without audio. He further wrote that just a few days back I heard a cricket commentary in Bhojpuri in which Ravi Kishan said – E ball gayal chapra railway station ticket counter pe .. I am glad to hear this, I felt like discussing the match with friends back home I am doing He clearly said that all our regional languages are beautiful. Making cricket commentary understandable to all is welcome.
Now where is the fun in ‘Garda Uda Diya’ in ‘Hit it out of the stands’… Watching sports in Bhojpuri brought me closer to sports and home. Anil Agarwal is an Indian billionaire businessman who is the founder and chairman of Vedanta Resources Limited. The net worth of Agarwal’s family is $4 billion. Agarwal was born and brought up in a Marwari family in Patna, Bihar. His father Dwarka Prasad Agarwal had a small aluminum conductor business. At the age of 19, he left Patna for Mumbai to explore career opportunities.
when i first started watching cricket, commentary only used to happen in english
kuch samaj aa jaata aur kuch sar ke upaar se nikal jaata..but the game of cricket was so interesting hum bina audio ke bhi dekh lete the..
abhi kuch din pehle i heard cricket commentary in bhojpuri… pic.twitter.com/0zQlFoT1n8
— Anil Agarwal (@AnilAgarwal_Ved) May 19, 2023
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