On this episode of #InsideOut with WV Raman, the man referred to as the voice of cricket in India, Harsha Bhogle talks about the nuances in commentating. He explains how one needs to adapt to Radio and TV. commentary. In an engaging chat, Harsha Bhogle talks about :
How he was fortunate to get an opportunity in his teens.
The fact that fiction makes up part of radio commentary
Social media providing the platform for players to display their funny side
Technology being a supplementary tool in making sport better
Umpires having to be given more responsibility like in the olden days
IIM entities and that he feels that it can be spread out thin in terms of number of centres