The 2015 Pro Kabaddi League was the second season of Pro Kabaddi League. The season started on 18 July 2015. 56 games were played amongst 8 teams. First game was played between U Mumba and Jaipur Pink Panthers. The event was broadcast live by Star Sports in India with commentary in 5 different languages - Kannada, Tamil, Hindi, English & Telugu.
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Amitabh Bachchan sings promotional song for most awaited. tournament Pro Kabaddi League Season 2 2015 which is going to start 18 th. july 2015 .The promotional song for Prokabaddi season 2 Named as “Lepanga” . In season 2014 Jaipur pink. panthers owned by Abhishek Bachchan won the touranemnt .Big b shared the song.
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Pro Kabaddi Season 2 Schedule 2015. Pro kabaddi game has won million of hearts. Pro Kabaddi game is the second biggest game in india after cricket. We have already known there are 8 teams in Pro Kabaddi Season 2 same as season 1. The viewership of this Pro Kabaddi game is 86.4 million.
The Pro Kabaddi League made its debut last year, with Star Sports keen to extend the template provided by the popular twenty20 cricket tournament—the Indian ...
Updated: August 24, 2015 11:56:01 pm. MS Dhoni graced the Pro Kabaddi League 2015 final between U Mumba and Bengaluru Bulls in Mumbai. (Source: Express photo by Dilip Kagda) U Mumba overcame a fighting Bengaluru Bulls 36-30 in a thrilling summit clash to lift the second Star Sports Pro Kabaddi crown at a packed NSCI Stadium in Mumbai on Sunday. Starting the game as slight favourites, the Mumbai outfit had to stretch every sinew to get the better of their rivals from Bengaluru who fought ...
History of Indian Kabaddi. Posted on July 16, 2015. July 16, 2015. by devenderkoukuntla. Kabaddi is essentially an Indian game, which commands huge popularity in the India as well as its hinterland. In India, kabaddi is popular in different names. In the southern parts of India, the game is referred to as Chedugudu or Hu-Tu-Tu.
Star Sports, the Pro Kabaddi League's broadcaster, subsequently announced in 2015 that it would acquire a 74% stake in the league's parent company Mashal Sports. For the 2017 and 2018–19 season, the Pro Kabaddi League added four new teams, and changed its format to split the teams into two divisions known as "zones".
Zarina Mehta during a Pro Kabaddi League 2015 match, held in Mumbai, on August 21, 2015. Photogallery at Times of India