CRB Tech reviews looks at the incident concerned with Big B.
A complaint was launched against superstar Amitabh Bachchan at Ashok Nagar police headquarters, New Delhi on Monday for purportedly singing erroneously the national anthem amid the World T20 conflict in the middle of India and Pakistan.
The grievance filed by Ulhas PR expresses that the national anthem was sung mistakenly and was of 1 minute and 22 seconds (as against the 52 seconds roughly as per the rules of Ministry of Home Affairs). Bachchan was available at the Eden Garden grounds and he sang the National Anthem before the match started. Prior there were reports that the performer had charged Rs. 4 crore as his appearance expense amid the match. Nonetheless, best Cricket Association of Bengal (CAB) official eliminated any confusion air, affirming that Bachchan didn’t charge a solitary penny.
Cricket Association of Bengal president Sourav Ganguly was cited by Anandabazar Patrika that Bachchan paid a total of Rs 30 lakh out of his own pocket for his stay and go to Kolkata.
“Mr Bachchan is one and only, a special person. I am eternally grateful to him. Can you imagine someone paying Rs 30 lakhs of his own pocket to perform? He booked his own flight, bought his own tickets and even paid the hotel bills. I literally begged him to take some money but he said that I am doing it for love and there is no question of money being involved,” he was quoted as saying.
Meanwhile, CRB Tech reviews reports that India rode on Virat Kohli’s 37-ball 55* to thrashing Pakistan by six wickets and secure their first win at the ICC World T20 2016 in Kolkata on Saturday.
Pursuing 119 on a track that appeared to be double paced, India lost their main three batsmen early just to see Kohli and Yuvraj Singh set up together a 61-run, fourth-wicket organization to offer the hosts some assistance with cantering home in 15.5 overs in a diversion lessened to 18 overs a side as a result of downpour.
This win takes India’s undefeated run against Pakistan in World Cups to 11 matches(five in World T20 and six in 50-over World Cup).
Many stalwarts were present in the stadium to watch the virtually do or die tie for India. The list included names like Abhishek Bachchan, Sourav Ganguly, Virender Sehwag, Sunny Gawaskar etc. They were treated with a win by the Indian team.
CRB Tech reviews will continue providing news and updates of the World T20 Cup.