During a freewheeling chat with India’s paddler Mudit Dani on his present, ‘In the Sportlight’, Kapur revealed how he would have stop cricket broadcasting had he not listened to commentary nice Harsha Bhogle.
“There was a time during the fourth season of the IPL when I was about to walk out due to disagreement from the Extra Innings show. It could have turned out as a career-ending incident, but Harsha talked to me and made me realise that I was being hot-blooded,” Kapur defined.
Starting out on the age of 17 as a radio jockey, Kapur went on to change into a video jockey and subsequently a preferred sports activities TV presenter which introduced him near a lot of India’s star cricketers.
Talking about his admiration for the cricketer-turned-commentator Navjot Singh Sidhu, Kapur stated, “He is a class act. One thing that you learn from the man is confidence. He will make you believe with his conviction.”
The 39-year-old additionally talked about how former Indian batsman Ajay Jadeja’s classes about being targeted and calm in life have helped him throughout his journey as a presenter.
Apart from them, he drew his inspiration from his first sporting heroes, Sunil Gavaskar and Kapil Dev in addition to Sir Vivian Richards and Martina Navratilova.
Further, he went on to speak in regards to the humility of display screen legends Amitabh Bachchan and Shah Rukh Khan which has made a deep impression on his life. Currently, the Delhi-born Kapur hosts an internet sequence, ‘Breakfast with Champions’, the place he interacts with distinguished sports activities personalities on their lives and profession.
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