By Hindustan Times
Mumbai, Dec. 31 -- After a range of music, relationships and dance-based reality shows across channels, there will soon be a nonfiction show that will scout for cricketing talent all over the country. Called Cricket Champs, the show claims to be India's first-ever reality programme based on the popular sport.
The channel, in association with the Indraprastha All India Sports Foundation, will choose promising players and give a platform to those who have so far lacked the opportunity.
The show will be shot on the field, featuring cricket matches between the selected contestants as well as grooming sessions conducted by popular cricketers like Irfan and Yusuf Pathan, Keerti Azad and Piyush Chawla to polish their skills. The real catch is the R 10 lakh cash prize that the show's winner will take home.
Also, the top 10 candidates will