Popular cricket presenter and Bollywood actress Mandira Bedi feels disturbed about the recent spot fixing scandal in the sport.
"I really feel disturbed about the recent spot fixing scandal. But right now I don’t want to talk about it," said Mandira after walking the ramp as a showstopper in a fashion show in Kolkata.
Mandira hogged the limelight after her stint as a cricket presenter with noted cricket analyst Charu Sharma. Her sexy looks as cricket presenter were well received by the audience, both nationally and internationally.
Spot fixing scandal hit the world cricket last month after a sting operation by a British media house revealed that two Pakistan pacers Mohammed Asif and Mohammed Aamer allegedly bowled deliberate no-balls during the recent Lords' Test against England on the instructions of a bookie, Mazhar Majeed.
On Sunday, a British newspaper claimed that around 29 Indian Premier League (IPL) players are also involved in spot fixing.
Mandira is excited about the ongoing Twenty-20 Champions League in South Africa.
"I am excited about the ongoing Champion’s League series. I am trying to follow most of the matches," said Mandira.