There is no doubt that Indians love their cricket commentators.
It’s a passion that has led to a huge following on social media.
In fact, there are millions of fans across the country who are happy to listen to those who share their thoughts and opinions.
The most popular sports commentator on social platforms is a former cricketer.
Munir Sheikh, a Pakistani-Indian who was a prolific scorer for the country, started his career as a player in the country’s top flight, the Indian Premier League (IPL).
In the early 2000s, he played for the Delhi Daredevils, before making his way to the IPL.
In 2006, he joined the BCCI and in 2011, he was appointed as the team’s Director of Cricket Operations (DCO) and Director of Indian Cricket.
The BCCI has been known for its support to Indian cricket since its inception in 2011.
The franchise has been around for just under 15 years, with a total of 3,000 registered players.
“I started out in Delhi as a batsman,” said Sheikh, adding that he would have preferred to stay in Delhi but was forced to move to New Delhi in 2014.
“I did the job for my parents and then they let me go to England and did a lot of business with the ECB,” he said.
The cricket world has changed since Sheikh joined the board.
Today, there is a huge buzz about the game in India and many fans are very passionate about their sport.
Shahid has a unique perspective on the game.
His opinion is also shared by many in the cricket world, who feel that the Indian cricketers have always been undervalued.
“[The BCCI] has given a lot in the past,” he added.
“We have never got a chance to get the job that we wanted.”
When it comes to cricket commentary, there have been some critics of the Indian media.
When it comes, the critics have come from all over the world.
In a country that has more than 6 million people, the criticism of the BCCIs Indian media is a strong one.
While the criticism is valid, it doesn’t necessarily have a negative impact on the cricket community.
For Sheikh, the problem is that the cricket pundits he has been following have been more or less accurate in their predictions.
“They are always right,” he laughed.
“It’s the fans who are being overrated.”
He added that the fans are always in a good mood.
“They don’t have to worry about it,” he told The Hindu.
“Everyone is happy and is watching.
They can’t wait to hear the news.”