Cricket is an extreme amusement which can now and again prompt tempers flaring, interjections being traded and where hostility is the name of the diversion. Sohail Khan’s Bollywood cricket establishment for the Celebrity Cricket League (CCL), Mumbai Heroes, have thought of an extraordinary idea to prevent colleagues from swearing.
Says a source, “The Mumbai Heroes group containing Bobby Deol, Ritesh Sidhwani, Sohail Khan, Aftab Shivdasani and Sunil Shetty, have been sweating it out generally playing thorough cricket for their up and coming season. As of late, amid one of the practice matches, following the diversion was a vital and serious match, the climate was warmed so a volley of cuss words were doing the rounds on field.”
It was then to facilitate the pressure and help up the diversion, that Sunil thought of a proposal amid the break. “He told the group that for each swear word mouthed by any player, the player would need to hack up a fine of ‘5000 and the same would be given to philanthropy’. The cash would go to Mumbai Heroes’ own particular philanthropy, Mumbai Heroes Charity.”
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Sunil includes, “I am a Mumbai road kid so I think I will give the most extreme gaalis where knocking down some pins and batting are concerned so everyone simply hold tight! For whatever length of time that I gather stores for the destitute, it doesn’t make a difference.