Rohit angry at IPL broadcaster for violation of privacy

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New Delhi. Former Mumbai Indians captain Rohit Sharma has accused the TV broadcaster of the Indian Premier League (IPL) of violating privacy and said that due to ‘exclusive’ and ‘views’, one day the trust between fans, cricketers and cricket may end. will go . Rohit expressed disappointment when the video of the conversation between him and Kolkata Knight Riders assistant coach Abhishek Nair went viral. In this video, he is seen talking about his future with Mumbai Indians.

Rohit expressed his displeasure at IPL TV broadcaster Star Sports in a post written on This is a violation of privacy.” He further wrote, “There is so much interference in the lives of cricketers that cameras follow them at every step. “Whether we are talking privately to our friends, teammates, during practice or on match day.” Frustrated with the competition in the media and social media to increase viewership, the Indian captain said, “Getting exclusives and focusing only on views and engagement will one day lead to the loss of trust between fans, cricket and cricketers.” Rohit had requested the broadcasters to stop the audio. This conversation took place on May 11 after the IPL match between Mumbai and KKR. After the controversy, KKR’s social media team also removed that video.

After this, on May 17, Rohit was talking to former Mumbai Indians player Dhawal Kulkarni before Mumbai’s match against Lucknow Super Giants. Seeing the conversation being recorded, he folded his hands and requested the broadcasters to turn off the audio. He had said, “Brother, stop the audio, ‘Already’ an audio has put my mind to shame. Under the captaincy of Rohit, the Indian team will play the T20 World Cup in America and West Indies next month. In this season of IPL, he was removed from the captaincy of five-time champion Mumbai Indians and the command was handed over to Hardik Pandya, but the team could not make it to the playoffs by finishing last.

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