According to renowned Bhojpuri actor Ravi Kishan, the excitement surrounding cricket, which is regarded as a festival in India, is set to increase twofold this season. He also mentioned that he would provide a comprehensive overview of the entire match in Bhojpuri, and it appears that the charm of the language is resonating well with the audience.
Amidst great enthusiasm and hype, the Indian Premier League (IPL) 2023 commenced on March 31. The opening ceremony was held at Ahmedabad’s Narendra Modi Stadium, and Mandira Bedi served as the anchor for the event.
In addition to that, Arijit Singh, Tamanna Bhatia, and Rashmika Madanna gave stunning performances during the event. The grand finale included MS Dhoni and Hardik Pandya arriving on stage in a chariot and taking photos with the performers, Jay Shah, and Arun Dhumal, with the IPL trophy.
Following the opening ceremony, the season began with a match between last year’s champions, Gujarat Titans, and Chennai Super Kings. In an exhilarating chase, Hardik’s team emerged victorious by five wickets. The match featured several outstanding performances and entertained the fans. However, the most significant highlight of the season opener was the Bhojpuri commentary, which garnered excellent feedback from fans on social media.
The current IPL season is available for streaming in twelve different languages, including English, Hindi, Marathi, Gujarati, Bhojpuri, Punjabi, Oriya, Bengali, Tamil, Telugu, Malayalam, and Kannada. Fans took to Twitter to express their excitement over the Bhojpuri commentary, with many unleashing their imagination.
The Bhojpuri commentary on JioCinema during IPL matches has been receiving high praise from numerous Twitter users. One user even described it as “lit” and commended the team. Many others have applauded it as a true representation of regionalism, claiming that IPL with Bhojpuri commentary offers a unique and enjoyable experience.
Numerous Twitter users have deemed the Bhojpuri commentary as “one of the best things to happen to IPL,” with some going as far as to call it epic. Some have even expressed a keen interest in learning the language before the end of the IPL season. One user attempted to listen to the Bhojpuri commentary and was left thoroughly impressed, labeling it as “the most epic sh*t ever.”