Check Out the New Promo Video of ‘Bandon Mein Tha Dum’ is Out, Series Releases Tomorrow

Voot announced the release of a brand new series a couple of weeks ago on the Border Gavaskar Trophy 2020. The series is a documentary and the trailer shows Mohammad Siraj, Chesteshwar Pujara, Ajinkya Rahane, Hanuma Vihari and R Ashwin describing the series and couple of Australian players like Pat Cummins. This match holds a special place on the hearts of all Indian Cricket fans.

The Test series started in December 2020 and went on till mid Jan 2021. Virat Kohli was available for only the 1st Test and after that he was given a rest. The first match was lost by India in just 2.5 days and India made an unwanted record of the lowest score by any team in an innings in a Test match which was just 36 runs as the whole team got out on 36 runs. It was a very embarrassing moment for the Indian Cricket team.

The story is about how the Indian team gave a very strong comeback and won the 4 match series against Australia. Even in the absence of Virat and many other lead player like Pujara and Shami and Umesh Yadav who were injured by Australian bowler by their deadly bowling. Indian breached the Gabba fortress in the 4th Test match as Australia was unbeaten on that ground since 32 years and India broke that record after winning a nail biting match on the 5th Day.

The series is releasing tomorrow and the trailer was released a couple of weeks ago. A new promo video is released and  we can see Mohammad Siraj and Hanuma Vihari in the video. Mohammad Siraj reminded us that it was his debut. He took  13 wickets in the series which is a dream debut for any bowler. He also took a fifer in the last innings that Australia bated in the series. Hanuma Vihari said that tough times brings the team together and this series was the toughest time for our players as several injuries had occured to Pujara, Ashwin,, Vihari and more.

Check out the new  promo video below:

Check out a new poster for the series:

The series will be streaming on Voot Select from tomorrow, 16th June.