Fresh video: IPL's latest is dedicated for its fans over a decade!

Indian Premier League soon replaced the daily soaps and Kaun Banega Crorepati from Indian television. Honestly, IPL changed Indian television forever

When the phenomenon started, very few would have traced such success, but Indian Premier League has today managed to become a household name. Indian Premier League soon replaced the daily soaps and Kaun Banega Crorepati from Indian television. Honestly, IPL  changed Indian television forever. The event has changed lives of promising cricketers who look at this game as a way of income. There have been ups and of course downs, from spot fixing to swanky after parties and controversies.

The event starts from the 5th of April and the build up to that is already in progress. The auction for this edition has already taken place, with every franchisee making some real mean purchases to get the desired balance.

For the build up, IPL has already released a video. That video celebrated a decade of IPL extravaganza. There is another video that has just come out. This video is fairly identical to its first installment. This video to covers the length and breath of the nation with the flavour of every region. It highlights the culture and behaviour of every Indian.

The event over the years has been a platform for unknown talent. So many players have made it to their national teams on the back of their IPL performances. This edition promises to be nothing different, if anything, it promises to be even more enthralling and exciting. Are to ready for the IPL bug to bite you?

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