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Box Cricket League Punjab (BCL Punjab)

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Genre  Sports
Original language(s)  Punjabi
Running time  120 minutes
Country of origin  India
Camera setup  Multi-camera
Production company(s)  Leostride Entertainment

(BCL Punjab) is a televised sports reality entertainment show contested annually by teams representing various cities of Punjab. It is an indoor, unisex league, where the team players are Punjabi celebrities from film, music and television industries.



The concept of BCL - Punjab concept is similar to the concept of box cricket which is a 10 over format cricket match played with a soft ball.


The first season of BCL Punjab will be telecast from 28 May 2016 on PTC Punjabi, PTC Chakde, and 9X Tashan channel. The television programme will show each of the matches in an episodic manner. Besides the matches, the episodes will show the players' preparations, the discussions in the players' dressing rooms, as well as it will mix a lot of fun and entertainment in the form of games, contests and dance performances. In this league the girls are not mere cheer leaders but would also be a part of the team playing along with the male players.


The league is owned by Mr. Sumit Dutt (Director of Leostride Entertainment Pvt. Ltd. and Xamm Telemedia Works Pvt. Ltd.). He bought the franchise of the league from Marinating Films in 2015.

Box Cricket League - Punjab

Box Cricket League - Punjab (BCL-Punjab) is a 10 overs cricket tournament reality show where different franchise teams consisting of Punjabi Actors and Singers compete for the Box Cricket League-Punjab title. The tournament started in 2016 and will take place every year. It is currently produced by "Sumit Dutt" There are five teams in Box Cricket League Punjab.

Ambersariye Hawks ( Winners )

Jalandhariye Panthers

Ludhianvi Tigers

Chandigarhiye Yankees

Royal Patialvi

Ambarsariye Hawks,the team of Amritsar,emerged as the champions of BCL Punjab-Season 1.


Box Cricket League - Punjab (BCL Punjab) Wikipedia

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