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Amitabh Bachchan to make his commentary debut at the WorldCup match between India and Pakistan

Megastar Amitabh Bachchan is all set to make his commentary debut during the upcoming India - Pakistan match of the World Cup 2015 at the Adelaide, Australia.

Amitabh Bachchan, who will be joining seasoned commentators Harsha Bhogle and Kapil Dev for the highly-awaited February 15 match, is taking tips from them and learning more about cricket terminology.

Amitabh Bachchan to commentate in India-Pakistan World Cup clash

“I am excited about the live commentary and I will be joined by Harsha Bhogle and Kapil Dev. I am taking tips from them and getting all the ‘mid-off and mid-on’ right,” Mr Bachchan told reporters during the promotion of his upcoming film ‘Shamitabh’.

The actor said the whole stint is a part of advertising the R Balki-directed film,Shamitabh which releases on February 6, a week ahead of the World Cup.

“This is all Balki’s decision as there is an integration between the sports broadcasters and the makers of ‘Shamitabh’. As the film is releasing just a week ahead of the World Cup, we are just cashing in on the timing,” he said.

“‘Shamitabh’ is a statement about our film industry and life. The film will see many directors and actors who are playing themselves in the film. The film revolves around voice,” he said further.

Bachchan is teaming up with Balki for the third time after ‘Cheeni Kum’ and ‘Paa’. He feels Balki is always refreshing to work with.

“It’s my third film with Balki and in all his films I played different characters. It’s always refreshing to work with him. In ‘Shamitabh’ too he tried to do something different. Abhishek saw ‘Shamitabh’ the other day and felt that it’s his best work till date,” he said.

The ‘Shamitabh’ star recalled the tough times of shooting the movie as it had a unique way of filming.

“I had to record the entire script in my voice before going to the sets. R Balki and I used to sit in the studio and do the recording. Then Dhanush and I used to match the facial expressions listening to that recording. The whole process was very tedious,” Bachchan Added.
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