Star Sports 3 made a Hindi talk based show on cricketer in order to expose the unknown sides of the Cricketers in their real life. A cricketer who might be an Indian or a foreign player had been questioned in various senses as to his travel throughout as a cricketer. More specifically they doubt on the best moment of their life as well as an astounding memory in the field of Cricket.
Roshni Chopra, wife of the famous business person Siddharth Kumar Anand from Mumbai, Maharashtra has been selected as the anchor for this series. She had also bagged the ‘Desi Girl’ title in the recent times.
The most watched video on the social networking sites were the questioning session of Sachin Ramesh Tendulkar also known as ‘The Master Blaster.' The Little Master was elated when he had reached the sets. Some of the important questions posed towards him were as follows. According to Sachin, the most innovative batsman in the world was Abraham De Villiers of South Africa for making cricket an arena of innovation. He had picked ViratKohli, the present Captain of the Indian test cricket team, as the person competent enough to break all his records in the cricketing arena.
The best memories picked up by Sachin were two though the show allows only one. The first one was winning the 2011 International Cricket Council World Cup for the 50 Overs One-Day International at the Wankhade Stadium in Mumbai. The second one was scoring a century with the centuries in the International Cricket; one of the rarest feats ever could be achieved. He also stated that he felt like losing 50 kilograms and seemed God as to why the historic moment did not happen earlier. He was very generous enough to mention that the records are always meant to be broken in any part of the field.
Talking about the first man on the globe to make a double century, Sachin very honestly spoke about the achievement of Clara, an Australian Batswoman, who had scored a double ton in 2010 itself. That was very enlightening moment to the entire audience as they believed that Sachin was the first cricketer to do so. Sachin was one of the Indians who had been very upset over the World Cup losses in 2003 as well as in the year 2007. He also congratulated Bermuda’s Leverock for his stunning one-handed catch in the World Cup to dismiss him.