Commentator Harsha Bhogle is going to the Miss India vs. Pakistan Clash as he is down with dengue

On Thursday, Harsha Bhogle, who is known as the 'Voice of Cricket', informed us that he was down with a bout of dengue fever. He further revealed that he won't be in the commentary box for the World Cup 2023 clash between arch-rivals India and Pakistan in Ahmedabad on Saturday. Bhogle took to his official handle on social media platform X to confirm the development. The 62-year-old also thanked his co-commentators and the broadcast team for taking on the extra workload after he withdrew from the second innings of the India vs. Australia match in Chennai, citing health concerns.
Bhogle added on his return to the commentators' box that he hopes to return to commentary duty for the match between India and Bangladesh on October 19 in Pune.
Bhogle posted on X, "I am disappointed at having to miss out on #IndiavsPak on the 14th. But I have dengue, and the resultant weakness and lowered immunity will make it impossible. I am hoping to be back in time for the game on the 19th. My colleagues and the broadcast crew have been very helpful (and took on the extra workload during the second half of #IndiaVsAus), and I look forward to saying thank you to them in person.”

Oct 12, 2023 11:07 AM