Thanks to BCL, I Am Experiencing Love from the Youth, Says Jimmy Sharma

Read Jimmy Sharma’s Interview to learn his thoughts on BCL

By Kalpana Mathur, Showbiz Bites Staff Writer

Jimmy Sharma's InterviewActor Jimmy Sharma, who was part of Ekta Kapoor and Anand Mishra’s MTV BCL, talks about the love he is getting from his fans due to the tournament.

MTV BCL has connected majorly with the youth audience. What was your most interesting experience in this league?

Cricket is no less than a religion in India. This time BCL is being telecast on MTV which has a large number of youth audience. I am experiencing great appreciation and love from the youth, which feels amazing. I have been getting lots of messages on my social media handles as I am the highest wicket taker of this season.

Did you make any new friends in this league? If yes, who are they?

There are some people in every team who I am close to. The Ahmedabad team is like my family, we often meet for dinner parties.

What changes should be made to make the league better?

Well, the technical team is doing great work as bazooka was added this time. I would suggest that such interesting things are added to make the format more interesting.

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Ekta Kapoor has been a visionary. Do you agree that she has presented cricket with a dash of entertainment?

I believe Ekta Kapoor is the queen of TRPs in television. She knows how to entertain the Indian audience. She has managed to mix entertainment in cricket. The youth are loving and enjoying BCL because of this. Kudos to Ekta Kapoor and Anand Mishra!

Jimmy Sharma's Interview

Anything else you want to share, as the league is coming to an end.

I had 15 days of practice and played matches for five days and all I can say these 20 days have been amazing. I have learned a lot in these 20 days and now I share a great bond with my team, Ahmedabad express. I am looking forward to the next season of MTV BCL.

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