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Amitabh Bachchan is preparing for cricket commentary: cricket world cup 2015

Amitabh Bachchan cricket commentary - India vs Pakistan cricket world cup 2015Bollywood superstar BigB Amitabh Bachchan is set to get in take commentary box seat in India vs Pakistan match in cricket world cup 2015 on February 15. Official broadcaster of this mega event Star Sports and the makers of Shamitabh (Amitabh Bachchan latest project) have brought about an interesting integration between the actor’s latest film production and the India-Pakistan match which will be additional promotion to the film. "I am very excited about the live commentary in cricket match, I will give commentary with Harsha Bhogle and Kapil Dev. I am taking some tips from them and getting trems like 'mid-off and mid-on' right," he told during the promotion of film Shamitabh which is going to release on February 6. "The entire script will be recorded in my voice before going to the sets. Director Balki and I used to sit in the studio and do the recording work. Then Dhanush and I used to match the facial expressions listening to that recording. The whole process was very tedious," said Amitabh. I will give my voice to actor Dhanush.” The whole film revolves around voice and many actors and forectors are acting in this film. Shamitabh is a statement about our film industry and life. A campaign, announcing this news, was launched during the match between Australia and England. You can watch the promotional video below.

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