New Delhi: Actress Mandira Bedi is back on the small screen returning to cricket. She is hosting the DLF IPL coverage on SetMax.
Mandira was clearly in her spirits in Cape Town leading upto the first game between the Mumbai Indians and the Chennai Superkings.
Mandira will be seen in a new look this time on the show.
BACK WITH NO BANGS: Mandira and other anchors during the launch of music wrap of IPL's Extra Innings.
“Cricket has been a turning point in my life before I entered cricket people knew me as Shanti and things but now they know me as Mandira,” says TV host and actor Mandira.
“My hair was red till last night ,but now its black and yes it's a new beginning and it's a new look,” she adds.
Mandira provided the eye-candy on Max's earlier editions of Extra Innings but this time round the lady with have tough competition from IPL's cheerleaders as well.
The actress started her cricket broadcasting career in South Africa itself when she hosted the 2003 World Cup.
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