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By Campaign India Team on Jan 4, 2012
 
UTV NindassUTV Bindass has tied up with the Indraprastha All India Sports Foundation to launch India's first cricket reality show, Cricket Champs. The show will go on air in February 2012. Through this initiative UTV Bindass with Indraprastha All India Sports Foundation will seek to identify the budding cricket talent from across the country, providing an opportunity for potential young cricketers by holding auditions covering 300 schools, colleges and coaching centers across India with renowned cricket representatives like Irfan and Yusuf Pathan, Keerti Aazad and Piyush Chawla among others. The cricketers will be chosen in two categories: Under 16 and Under 22 in Mumbai, Pune, Kolkata, Bihar, Jharkhand, Bhubaneshwar, Delhi, Chandigarh, Jaipur, Bangalore, Hyderabad and Chennai.

Commenting on this, Keith Alphonso, business head, UTV Bindass said, “We at Bindass are known to create path breaking programming and are happy to present to our viewers an exciting mix of sports and reality with Cricket Champs. The concept of the show has a purposive goal aimed at giving youth a platform to showcase their sporting talent. The show will bring alive the spirit of the youth and help promote the budding sports talent in India.”

Rohini Rajdev, chairperson, Indraprastha All India Sports Foundation added, “IAISF aims at bringing talent from hinterland to mainland. As an NGO, we wish to create opportunities for those, who have a dream to become not only the Indian cricketer but also the Indian Captain, the Cricket Champ, however, they do not have any opportunity and resources to fulfil their dreams. This show will help them in coming up and showing their talent. The entire country would horn their skill and abilities and give them opportunity to play higher league form”. The winner of the show will win a cash prize of Rs. 10 Lakh and the top 10 players will get an opportunity to be a part of the IPL coaching, where they will be coached by some of the most renowned names in Cricket.


UTV Bindass Presents Cricket Champs
by Box Office India (January 4, 2012)

NewsUTV Bindass in association with Indraprastha All India Sports Foundation announced the launch of first of its kind cricket reality show –Cricket Champs. The show is slated to go on air by February 2012.

This initiative of UTV Bindass with Indraprastha All India Sports Foundation will seek to identify the budding cricket talent from across the country, providing an opportunity for potential young cricketers.

Cricket Champs will hold auditions covering 300 schools, colleges and coaching centers across India with renowned cricket representatives like Irfan & Yusuf Pathan, Keerti Aazad, Piyush Chawla and many more. The cricketers will be chosen in two categories: Under 16 & Under 22 in the following cities:
  • West and East Zone: Mumbai, Pune, Kolkata, Bihar, Jharkhand, Bhubaneshwar
  • North Zone: Delhi, Chandigarh, Jaipur, UP
  • South Zone: Bangalore, Hyderabad and Chennai
Once through with the auditions the selected participants will be judged on their performances by the Cricket Gurus. UTV Bindass viewers can also participate through voting and the contestant who receives the maximum votes cumulatively will be declared as the ‘Cricket Champ’.

The winner of the show will win a cash prize of Rs 10 Lakh and the top ten players will get an opportunity to be a part of the IPL coaching, where they will be coached by some of the most renowned names in Cricket.

Delhi aspirants audition for UTV Bindass Cricket Champs

NewsCricket enthusiasts from Delhi got a once in a lifetime opportunity to audition for India’s first cricket reality show, UTV Bindass Cricket Champs. Held at The Jamia Millia Stadium umpteen aspiring Delhi cricketers displayed their talent and were judged by renowned cricketers Kirti Azad, Akash Chopra and 18 other Ranji Trophy players. An unmatched initiative by UTV Bindass with Indraprastha All India Sports Foundation and powered by Kings XI Punjab, the show seeks to identify the budding cricket talent from across the country, providing an opportunity for potential young cricketers.

Cricket Champs will hold auditions in 15 cities in India beginning with Delhi and going on to Lucknow (21st Feb), Chandigarh (26th Feb) among other cities in February nd March. With renowned cricket representatives like the Kings XI Punjab Team, Kirti Aazad, Ishant Sharma, Irfan and Yusuf Pathan, and many more. The show aims to find and groom the, best cricket captains selected from the auditions and will put the participants through a set of challenges, both physical and mental and in the end find the ‘Bindass Captain’.

The top teams to get through the various stages of audition will go onto win Rs 10 lakh and Top 11 performers will get scholarship training with none other than Kings XI Punjab.

Finally, a cricket reality show on Indian TV
NewsNEW DELHI: In a cricket-crazy nation, how could a reality show on the popular sport be far behind? UTV Bindass is set to launch "Cricket Champs", a nationwide hunt for cricket talent, waiting to find the right mentoring and platform to excel in the sport.

The show is being launched in association with New Delhi-based Indraprastha All India Sports Foundation. Cricketers like Irfan Pathan, Yusuf Pathan, Keerti Aazad and Piyush Chawla among others will be mentors on the show. "There is a definite attraction for such a show on cricket. Our main target audience at UTV Bindass is the youth, who will be happy to see revered icons like Irfan Pathan mentoring young cricket enthusiasts on how to play professionally," Keith Alphonso, the channel's business head, told IANS over phone from Mumbai.

The show is being launched in association with New Delhi-based Indraprastha All India Sports Foundation. Cricketers like Irfan Pathan, Yusuf Pathan, Keerti Aazad and Piyush Chawla among others will be mentors on the show. "There is a definite attraction for such a show on cricket. Our main target audience at UTV Bindass is the youth, who will be happy to see revered icons like Irfan Pathan mentoring young cricket enthusiasts on how to play professionally," Keith Alphonso, the channel's business head, told IANS over phone from Mumbai.

"Through the show, we are not promising a place in the Indian cricket team. But it will prove to be a worthy platform where they can show their talent, learn new things and prove themselves," added Rajdev.

UTV Bindass to launch cricket reality show ‘Cricket Champs’ on television
Posted by FilmiTown.com|December 31, 2011|28

NewsNew Delhi, Dec 31 In a cricket-crazy nation, how could a reality show on the popular sport be far behind? UTV Bindass is set to launch “Cricket Champs”, a nationwide hunt for cricket talent, waiting to find the right mentoring and platform to excel in the sport. The show is being launched in association with New Delhi-based Indraprastha All India Sports Foundation. Cricketers like Irfan Pathan, Yusuf Pathan, Keerti Aazad and Piyush Chawla among others will be mentors on the show.

“There is a definite attraction for such a show on cricket. Our main target audience at UTV Bindass is the youth, who will be happy to see revered icons like Irfan Pathan mentoring young cricket enthusiasts on how to play professionally,” Keith Alphonso, the channel’s business head, told IANS over phone from Mumbai. The basic concept of the show is to choose players, who have the talent but not the opportunity. The markets in which “Cricket Champs” will hunt for the players will be Mumbai, Kolkata, New Delhi, Chandigarh, Jaipur, Chennai, Bangalore and Patna. It will also travel to other states – Jharkhand and Uttar Pradesh.

The cricketers will be chosen in two categories — Under-16 and Under-22, and the on-ground hunt for the show will begin Jan 17, 2012, in the capital. The selected candidates will be divided into eight teams. The winner of “Cricket Champs” will win a cash prize of Rs.1 million, while the top 10 players will be given a chance to be coached by some renowned names in Indian cricket. “Cricket is a religion in India. So after music and dance reality shows, it was time do a reality show on cricket. Like the ‘Indian Idol’, this is a version of ‘cricket idol’,” Rohini Rajdev, chairperson, Indraprastha All India Sports Foundation, told IANS.

“Through the show, we are not promising a place in the Indian cricket team. But it will prove to be a worthy platform where they can show their talent, learn new things and prove themselves,” added Rajdev.

UTV Bindass To Launch Nations First Ever Cricket-Based Reality Show in February
January 4, 2012

NewsUTV Bindass is all set to launch ‘Cricket Champs’, a nationwide hunt for cricketing talent, who always desired to get the right mentoring and platform to stand out in the sport. The show claims to be ‘first cricket-based reality in India’ and is being launched in association with New Delhi-based Indraprastha All India Sports Foundation. Cricketers like Irfan Pathan, Yusuf Pathan, Keerti Aazad and Piyush Chawla among others will be mentors on the show.

‘There is a definite attraction for such a show on cricket. Our main target audience at UTV Bindass is the youth, who will be happy to see revered icons like Irfan Pathan mentoring young cricket enthusiasts on how to play professionally,’ says Keith Alphonso, the channel’s business head. The basic idea of the show is to unearth cricketing talent, who never had the opportunity. The ‘Cricket Champs’ will hunt for players at various cities like Mumbai, Kolkata, New Delhi, Chandigarh, Jaipur, Chennai, Bangalore and Patna. It might also take a trip to other states – Jharkhand and Uttar Pradesh.

The selection of cricketers will be made in two categories — Under-16 and Under-22, and the on-ground hunt for the show will start on Jan 17, 2012, in New Delhi. The selected candidates will be divided into eight teams. The winner of ‘Cricket Champs’ will win a cash prize of Rs.1 million, while the top 10 players will be given a chance to be coached by some renowned names in Indian cricket. ‘Cricket is a religion in India. So after music and dance reality shows, it was time do a reality show on cricket. Like the ‘Indian Idol’, this is a version of ‘cricket idol’,’ says Rohini Rajdev, chairperson, Indraprastha All India Sports Foundation

‘Through the show, we are not promising a place in the Indian cricket team. But it will prove to be a worthy platform where they can show their talent, learn new things and prove themselves,’ added Rajdev

Finally, a cricket reality show on Indian TV
Last Updated: Saturday, December 31, 2011, 09:37

NewsNew Delhi: In a cricket-crazy nation, how could a reality show on the popular sport be far behind? UTV Bindass is set to launch "Cricket Champs", a nationwide hunt for cricket talent, waiting to find the right mentoring and platform to excel in the sport. The show is being launched in association with New Delhi-based Indraprastha All India Sports Foundation. Cricketers like Irfan Pathan, Yusuf Pathan, Keerti Aazad and Piyush Chawla among others will be mentors on the show. "There is a definite attraction for such a show on cricket. Our main target audience at UTV Bindass is the youth, who will be happy to see revered icons like Irfan Pathan mentoring young cricket enthusiasts on how to play professionally," Keith Alphonso, the channel`s business head, said over phone from Mumbai.

The basic concept of the show is to choose players, who have the talent but not the opportunity. The markets in which "Cricket Champs" will hunt for the players will be Mumbai, Kolkata, New Delhi, Chandigarh, Jaipur, Chennai, Bangalore and Patna. It will also travel to other states - Jharkhand and Uttar Pradesh. The cricketers will be chosen in two categories -- Under-16 and Under-22, and the on-ground hunt for the show will begin Jan 17, 2012, in the capital. The selected candidates will be divided into eight teams.

The winner of "Cricket Champs" will win a cash prize of Rs.1 million, while the top 10 players will be given a chance to be coached by some renowned names in Indian cricket. "Cricket is a religion in India. So after music and dance reality shows, it was time do a reality show on cricket. Like the `Indian Idol`, this is a version of `cricket idol`," Rohini Rajdev, chairperson, Indraprastha All India Sports Foundation, said. "Through the show, we are not promising a place in the Indian cricket team. But it will prove to be a worthy platform where they can show their talent, learn new things and prove themselves," added Rajdev.

UTV Bindass to launch cricket reality show
Posted : Wed, 04/01/2012 - 9:08am | SportzPower Team

NewsMUMBAI: Disney owned youth channel UTV Bindass has announced the launch of "Cricket Champs", a talent search based reality show that is slated to go on air by February end. The channel has teamed up with Indraprastha All India Sports Foundation for the show, which has the stated aim of identifying budding cricket talent from across the country.

Cricket Champs will hold auditions covering 300 schools, colleges and coaching centers across India with renowned cricket representatives like Irfan & Yusuf Pathan, Keerti Aazad, Piyush Chawla and many more. The cricketers will be chosen in two categories: Under 16 & Under 22 in the following cities:
  • West and East Zone: Mumbai, Pune, Kolkata, Bihar, Jharkhand, Bhubaneshwar
  • North Zone: Delhi, Chandigarh, Jaipur, UP
  • South Zone: Bangalore, Hyderabad and Chennai
While selected participants will be judged on their performances, that will not be the sole criteria for deciding winners. Viewer voting will also have weightage in the process and the contestant who receives the maximum votes cumulatively will be declared as the 'Cricket Champ'. The winner of the show will win a cash prize of Rs 1 million and the top 10 players will get an opportunity to be a part of an as yet undientified IPL coaching programme. Commenting on the show, IAISF chairperson Rohini Rajdev asserted, “IAISF aims at bringing talent from hinterland to mainland. As an NGO, we wish to create opportunities for those, who have a dream to become not only the Indian cricketer but also the Indian Captain, the Cricket Champ, however, they do not have any opportunity and resources to fulfil their dreams. This show will help them in coming up and showing their talent.” Cricket Champ is being powered by Bhushan Pharmaceuticals; in association with Akai Mobiles, nexGTv, Koovs.com, Puri Group, Livemedia; Reebok as Fitness Partners and Aircel as Telecom Partners and Pioneer Publicity India as outdoor patner.

UTV Bindass to launch cricket reality show in Feb
Indiantelevision.com Team (3 January 2012 12:55 pm)

NewsMUMBAI: Youth channel UTV Bindass is launching in February-end a cricket reality show, Cricket Champs. The show, produced in association with Indraprastha All India Sports Foundation (IAISF), seeks to identify the budding cricket talent from across thecountry; it will provide an opportunity for potential young cricketers.

UTV Bindass business head Keith Alphonso said, “We at Bindass are known to create path breaking programming and are happy to present to our viewers an exciting mix of sports and reality with Cricket Champs. The concept of the show has a purposive goal aimed at giving youth a platform to showcase their sporting talent. The show will bring alive the spirit of the youth and help promote the budding sports talent in India.” Cricket Champ is being powered by Bhushan Pharmaceuticals. The sponsors include Akai Mobiles, nexGTv, Koovs.com, Puri Group and Livemedia. Reebok is the Fitness Partners while Aircel has come on board as the Telecom Partners. Pioneer Publicity India is the outdoor partner for the show.

IAISF chairperson Rohini Rajdev added, “IAISF aims at bringing talent from hinterland to mainland. As an NGO, we wish to create opportunities for those, who have a dream to become not only the Indian cricketer but also the Indian captain, the cricket champ, however, they do not have any opportunity and resources to fulfill their dreams. This show will help them in coming up and showing their talent. The entire country would horn their skill and abilities and give them opportunity to play higher league form”. Cricket Champs will hold auditions covering 300 schools, colleges and coaching centres across India with cricket representatives like Irfan and Yusuf Pathan, Keerti Aazad, Piyush Chawla. The cricketers will be chosen in two categories: Under 16 and under 22. The West and East zone includes Mumbai, Pune, Kolkata, Bihar, Jharkhand, Bhubaneswar; North zone covers Delhi, Chandigarh, Jaipur, UP; and south zone has Bangalore, Hyderabad and Chennai.

Once through with the auditions, the selected participants will be judged on their performances. UTV Bindass viewers can also participate through voting and the contestant who receives the maximum votes umulatively will be declared as the 'Cricket Champ'. The winner of the show will win a cash prize of Rs 1 million and the top 10 players will get an opportunity to be a part of the IPL coaching, where they will be coached by some of the renowned names in cricket. TThe aspiring cricketers can apply through application forms available with the coaches in their respective cities across the country. The form can also be downloaded from the IAISF website www.indraprasthasportsfd.com.
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