Renowned commentator Harsha Bhogle turned 61 today, on July 19, 2022. He has been in the cricket broadcasting and commentating field for three decades and has covered the game around the world, garnering respect and love from co-commentator, cricketers and fans alike.
Harsha Bhogle Is Celebrating His 61st Birthday Today
Born in 1961 in Hyderabad, Bhogle is adored by the Indian fans for his poetic commentary style and melodious voice and is someone who often comes up with funny yet insightful metaphors of cricket and cricketers with the events of life.
Wishes and tributes came in huge numbers for Bhogle, who is hailed as the ‘Voice of Cricket’.
Joining the bandwagon was also senior India cricketer Dinesh Karthik. The Royal Challengers Bangalore wicket-keeper has shared the screen with Bhogle when both have been involved in stints with the website Cricbuzz since last year.
Dinesh Karthik Wrote The Best Tweet
Karthik, who is currently preparing to fly to West Indies for the T20I series later this month, took to Twitter to wish Bhogle a birthday. He hailed the Birthday boy as a legend in the commentary box.
“Happiest birthday to one of the legends when it comes to describing the game in the most poetic way. Wish you the very best of everything @bhogleharsha!” Karthik tweeted.
Here is DK’s warm birthday wish for Harsha Bhogle:
— DK (@DineshKarthik) July 19, 2022
Being the nicest person he is, Harsha Bhogle gave a gem of a reply to the Indian wicket-keeper. Expressing his thankfulness for the birthday wish, Bhogle added that Karthik has, and will, have a great time going forward on the cricket field.
“Thanks DK. You’ve taken, and will take, our world by storm too,” Bhogle replied.
Here, check out Bhogle’s superb reply to Karthik:
Thanks DK. You’ve taken, and will take, our world by storm too . https://t.co/qYXfzj3pBy
— Harsha Bhogle (@bhogleharsha) July 19, 2022
Dinesh Karthik has been having a terrific time on the field in the past few months. First, he broke all hell loose during the IPL 2022, smashing 330 runs for RCB at a staggering strike rate of 183 which paved the way for his comeback to the Indian team after three years.
He notched up his maiden T20I half-century, in a T20I vs South Africa and has all but sealed his place on the plane to Australia for the T20 World Cup as a specialist finisher and death-overs marauder in the Indian team.
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