The 14th Indian Premier League 2021 is planned to broadcast by Star Sports in eight languages. As per the details IPL 2021will be telecast on Disney Star in 24-25 Channels in eight languages like Bengali, Marathi, Kannada, Tamil, Telugu, Malayalam, English and Hindi. The official broadcaster of IPL will offer its viewer a Multi-Lingual telecast of the game for the upcoming season from their headquarters in Mumbai.
Cricket devotees can enjoy and watch the 2021 Indian Premier League Live on Star India Network channels in several languages . The tournament will also be seen on Disney+ Hotstar in five languages like Hindi , Kannada, Tamil, Hindi and English. Will be exclusively accessible to subscribe. The star India has assigned the following channels for the regional language broadcast.
Star Sports Bangla for the bengala language and Jalsha Movies SD and HD live matches on all Sundays.
Star Sports Telugu for the Telugu language and Maa movies SD and HD for the live matches on all Sundays.
Star Sports Pravah for Marathi language SD and HD for the live matches on all Sundays.
Star Sports Tamil for the Tamil Language and Vijay super SD for the live matches on all Sundays.
Asianet plus SD for Malayalam language and for the live matches on all Sundays.
Star Pravah SD and HD for Marathi languages and for the live matches on all Sundays.
According to the BCCI’s Standard Operating Procedures (SOP) for the Indian Premier League 2021 the on-scene broadcast and production, crew will be part of two bio-bubbles for broadcast commentators and crew. As the most of the Star Spots production crew will work isolated from its headquarters in Mumbai. Eight bio-bubbles for franchise team and support staff, two more Bio-bubbles for broadcast and commentators and crew, two Bio-bubbles for the match officials and match management teams approximately twelve Bio-bubbles declared created by the BCCI for its Standard Operating Procedures safety of all the people involved in the tournament. The BCCI officials cannot communicate in person with any players, team support staff, broadcast crews and match management teams. The BCCI has made it certain that its operations teams and officials will not be involved in any of Bubble.
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