Bhuvan Bam’s Dhindora goes to at ICC Men’s T20 World Cup

Ex-Cricketer Harbhajan Singh meets his biggest fan Titu Mama

India’s most beloved YouTube sensation Bhuvan Bam takes the stage, as his Dhindora beats all the way to the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup. Bhuvan will be seen in conversation with Harbhajan Singh and Jatin Sapru to lighten the tension as India gets ready for their second match this tournament, against the dynamic black caps. Bam who is known for his quick wit and humour, will indulge in some nerve cracking banter with Harbhajan, reminiscing his grand hat-trick back in 2001. Bhuvan’s most celebrated characters Titu Mama and Babloo Ji will also be seen chatting and sending their blessings to our men in Blue, during the Cricket Live at 2:30 pm today on Star Sports. Discussing their shared love for cricket and distinct cricketing experiences, they will also be seen dubbing some of the visuals from team India’s net practice sessions.

Bhuvan who is essaying ten characters in his first-ever web-show Dhindora, including Titu Mama, will be lending his uniquely mutable voice to the likes of Virat Kohli, MS Dhoni and Ravi Shastri during the Live. Dhindora which has been topping the list of the most-watched show in the country since its release has been garnering heartily applauds from several bigwigs of the entertainment industry including Arjun Kapoor, Varun Dhavan, SS Rajamouli, Jr. NTR, Ram Charan, among others.

The OG content creator turned actor Bhuvan Bam, who’s been in the news for donning many hats on and off-screen, most recently for his debut show ‘Dhindora’ turns a commentator this Sunday. With all our eyes glued to the screen, waiting for India to bring the victory cup home, Bhuvan and Bhajji along with Jatin promise to keep the viewers calm and entertained throughout the match.

Tune in to witness what BB has in store for the audience ahead of the ICC T20 World Cup match between India and New Zealand and live on Star Sports’ Twitter at 6 pm.




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