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Point Blank with Harsha Bhogle

Friday, 02 November 2007 05:30 Written by  Published in Point Blank Show

Harsha Bhogle is a man with multiple personalities. When he is not in the commentary box, he contributes as a columnist in The Indian Express and writes on espnstar. While he has an art to draw opinions from the experts in the commentary box, he is forthright and calls spade a spade in his writings.

Ravi Shastri, Sunny Gavaskar, Geoffery Boycott, Navjot Singh Sidhu are more his friends now than peers. He started out as a 19 year old who had only one dream; that of becoming India's best commentator. Today, he has not only done that, but also remains one of the most humble celebrities. Er, he says that celebrity is an overabused term.

There is more to Harsha than cricket alone! In this Point Blank "interview", Harsha shares his experiences right from the time he was a teenager where he lent his voice on All India Radio; when he got his first international assignment in 1993 during the Hero Cup till the recent T20 World Cup.

Ask him about that moment when he knew that he had succeeded in what he had dreamt of, he plays it down modestly

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