Harsha Bhogle's Birthday: Here's What Fellow Commentators And Ex-cricketers Said

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From former cricketers to fellow commentators, everyone flocked to Twitter to wish Indian commentator and analyst Harsha Bhogle on his birthday. The 58-year-old is loved by millions across the world for his passionate analysis of the game and his booming voice in the commentary box that gets viewers hooked on to the television screen. 

Written By Koushik Narayanan | Mumbai | Updated On:

From former cricketers to fellow commentators, everyone flocked to Twitter to wish Indian commentator and analyst Harsha Bhogle on his birthday. The 58-year-old is loved by millions across the world for his passionate analysis of the game and his booming voice in the commentary box that gets viewers hooked on to the television screen. 

Former Australian cricketer Dean Jones took to Twitter to wish his co-commentator and said that Bhogle was one of his favourite people on the tours.   

Former England cricketer Alan Wilkins recalled when he first met Bhogle during India's tour to England in 1996 and said that he enjoyed many years of cricket broadcasting with the Indian commentator. 

Indian actor Danish Sait called Bhogle the 'nicest superstar' that he knew.  

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Veteran sports journalist Sunandan Lele took to Twitter to wish Bhogle on his birthday and said that he was a great mentor to the former. 

Television anchor Gaurav Kapoor admired Bhogle's discipline and enthusiasm and said that he will send the latter an updated music playlist on the eve of his birthday.  

Indian women cricketer Shikha Pandey thanked Bhogle for his unbiased commentary for a sport that many loved.   

Netizens added to the bandwagon, as they whole-heartedly wished Bhogle while also recalling various merits of the Indian commentator.  

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