Former Indian captain Kapil Dev, who got the country’s first World Cup in cricket, had to be admitted to a hospital in Delhi due to heart attack. Doctors told that their situation is stable now and they are out of danger. Cricket commentator Harsha Bhogle tweeted the former captain praying for a speedy recovery. As soon as the news of Kapil Dev’s serious condition is received, many users on Twitter are praying for his speedy recovery.
Wishing the big-hearted, mighty Kapil Dev a speedy recovery. So much more to do.
– Harsha Bhogle (hobhogleharsha) October 23, 2020
The first World Cup was awarded to the country in 1983
Kapil Dev got the country the first World Cup at a time when no one could think of India being the world winner. India won the 1983 Cricket World Cup by defeating the two-time world champions West Indies at that time. Kapil Dev also played a tremendous inning of 175 runs against Zimbabwe in that World Cup match. Kapil Dev’s 175-run innings was included in the all-time top-ten batting performance by Wisden in 2002, although no video is available.
15-year cricket career
He has scored 5248 in 131 Tests and 3783 runs in 225 ODIs. Apart from this, he has taken 343 wickets in Tests and 253 in ODIs. Kapil Dev played his first match against Pakistan in 1978 in Quetta and the last match was 1994 against West Indies in Faridabad. In this way, his career was about 15 years.
Biopic is being made on Kapil
A biopic is being made on Kapil Dev’s life. Ranveer Singh is playing the role of Kapil in this biopic titled ’83’. This movie will mainly be over his role in winning the 1983 World Cup, hence it is named ’83’.
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