IPL 2022: [Watch] – Fans are concerned after Harsha Bhogle abruptly leaves a live Instagram session.

IPL 2022: [Watch] – Fans are concerned after Harsha Bhogle abruptly leaves a live Instagram session.

Harsha Bhogle

Harsha Bhogle, a cricket commentator, abruptly left a live Instagram session on Thursday. Harsha Bhogle was seen conversing with an anchor on an Instagram live session when he abruptly vanished from the screen, according to a video that has gone viral on social media. Furthermore, the camera appeared to have fallen to the ground, leaving only a blurry image behind. Following the incident, Bhogle’s fans and many on social media expressed their concern for his well-being. According to one Twitter user, “What became of Harsha Bhogle? What was the point of that video? Is he all right?” “Prayers for Harsha Bhogle’s safety and well-being,” another user commented.


Sportswalk, the channel to which Harsha Bhogle was speaking, stated that they are attempting to contact the noted commentator and his team. “Good day, everyone.” We’re not sure what happened. We are attempting to contact @bhogleharsh and his team. “We’ll keep you updated as soon as we get some information!” said Sportswalk.

Meanwhile, Harsha Bhogle later tweeted that he was fine. “I am fine. Sorry to have got a lot of you worried. Thank you for the love and concern. It became more viral than I anticipated. That too is a learning. It was meant to lead to something else. Sorry. And cheers,” he wrote.

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Terrorism on the IPL 2022? Security increased as Maharashtra ATS finds out “Terrorists did recce of team hotel and stadium”

Security personnel outside Wankhede Stadium

A major threat has emerged with only two days until the first game of the 15th edition of the Indian Premier League (IPL). According to one of the most recent reports, a terrorist attack is looming over this year’s tournamnet.

As a result of this suspected threat, IPL teams’ security has been beefed up for their players and support staff. From March 26 to May 22, a Quick Response Team, Bomb Squad, and State Reserve Police Force were deployed for security. The Mumbai Police has also released Security Guidelines in an internal circular that needs to be followed by franchises as well as the staff associated with IPL.

The few points in the circular issued are as follows:
• IPL team’s buses will be escorted by a combat vehicle.

• Parking of cars won’t be allowed from the team hotel to the stadium. A separate Emergency exit has to be designated for the safety of players.


• The bus drivers and other workers will undergo thorough checks. They won’t be changed during the course of the IPL.

• Prior permission needs to be taken from the team manager if a player is expecting a visitor.

• The hotel staff will not be allowed to enter without identification proof.

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