Cricket Age to start Print Editions in Australia, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka

Written by Rohit Pawar

As Cricket Age celebrate it’s 7th anniversary today, it’s founder Mr. Pushpendra Albe on his 38th Birthday has revealed plans to launch publication’s monthly print magazine editions in countries like Australia, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka In next one year.

Cricket Age was launched on 2nd December 2016 , on the birthday of Mr. Albe. Apart from online portal, the publication has it’s monthly print magazine also, which is authorized at Indian Government’s Registrar Of Newspapers For India.

The launching of the print magazine was originally scheduled in 2021. However, a global pandemic COVID played the spoilsport.

Later, Mr. Albe shifted focus his Bollywood career. Earlier this year, his patriotic thriller movie Sector Balakot, based on Modi Government’s surgical strike in Pakistan, was released all across India on 17th February. It featured Ashmit Patel, Tanhaji fame Vipul Gupta and legendary Puneet Issar, as Mr. Albe wrote Story, Screenplay and Dialogues of the film. His another film Joothan is just recently completed. Mr. Albe has not only produced Joothan, but has written and directed it as well. Made in a budget of 50 Million INR, Joothan features a Hollywood actor in lead role.

Based on India’s most sensitive, talked about and controversial topic ‘Caste Discrimination In Education‘, the film eyes on a release just before Country’s general election in the first half of 2024.

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