Breakfast With Champions : Season 5

    • Air date: 10 May '18 15 episodes
  • List of Episodes (15)

    1. Sachin Tendulkar

    • Sachin Tendulkar, the man who inspired a billion dreams. Who's heroics ignited a million chants. He carried the weight of the country's expectations for over two decades.

    2. Sachin Tendulkar - Part 2

    • Sachin Tendulkar, the man who inspired a billion dreams. Who's heroics ignited a million chants. He carried the weight of the country's expectations for over two decades.

    3. Smriti Mandhana

    • In our last season, we had hosted Indian cricket's most well-known no.18 - Virat Kohli. And now, we have the other - Smriti Mandhana, perhaps equally prolific and destined for as much greatness. Curiously, not only do they wear a common jersey and share the number, but they also have the same unusual bowling action.

    4. Shikhar Dhawan

    • Man of the Tournament in the 2004 U-19 World Cup, a world-record Test debut (Fastest 100 on debut), Man of the Tournament in the 2013 ICC Champions Trophy. .

    5. Yuzvendra Chahal

    • A national-level Chess player and Team India cricketer; The man who can eat butter chicken for every meal .

    6. Bhuvneshwar Kumar

    • In another episode of #BreakfastWithChampions, we have the not so shy Bhuvenshwar Kumar.

    7. Rashid Khan

    • Over the past few years, Afghanistan cricket has been on the rise, and one of the main reasons for their success has been Rashid Khan, the teen sensation who has taken the cricketing world by storm with his performances. He recently became the fastest (44 matches) and youngest bowler to take 100 ODI, Youngest captain in international cricket, Captained Afghanistan to the ICC World Cup & the top ranked ICC T20I bowler..

    8. Parthiv Patel

    • He made history, by leading Gujarat to their first ever Ranji trophy win. He’s faced many challenges, like Hayden & Waugh sledging him, but none more than managing his daughter’s holiday expectations. .Today the seasoned pro Parthiv Patel sits down with Gaurav Kapur and talks about his family, the drama around his birth and his baby faced looks.

    9. Ravi Shastri

    • He was his generation's pin-up boy – flamboyant & unapologetic. He got awarded the Champion of Champions in India’s famous world championship win down under in ‘85. .

    10. Dinesh Karthik

    • Dinesh Karthik, or DK, to the entire cricket fraternity - Captain of KKR and the hero of India's Nidahas Cup win earlier this year. .

    11. VVS Laxman

    • Vangipurapu Venkata Sai Laxman, a name the Australians can never forget. A name that will forever be associated with one of the greatest fight backs in Test match cricket, his 281 at Eden Gardens, which earned him the nickname Very Very Special Laxman. .

    12. Mithali Raj

    • A splendid 114 not out was quite the statement made by a 16-year-old debutante, she who went on to be the only Indian Cricketer to have captained India in more than one ICC ODI World Cup final, doing so in 2005 & 2017..Mithali Raj’s 18-year career (and counting) has been a roller coaster but, fortunately for us, the runs never dried up. Today in conversation with Gaurav Kapur she talks about her love for sleeping and books, making the tough choice of giving up on her passion – dance and grooving

    13. Sourav Ganguly - Part 1

    • Sourav Ganguly a.k.a Dada a.k.a Prince of Kolkata a.k.a The Ruler of Lords holds a special place in Indian cricket history. His captaincy tenure has got to be one of the most chronicled ones in recent times. More than his proficiency on the off-side, his prolific partnership with Sachin in ODIs, his run in with Greg Chappell etc. it is his role as a captain in shaping up a young team for which he is most remembered and celebrated..In candid conversation with Gaurav Kapur he talks about his tough

    14. Sourav Ganguly - Part 2

    • Sourav Ganguly a.k.a Dada a.k.a Prince of Kolkata a.k.a The Ruler of Lords holds a special place in Indian cricket history. His captaincy tenure has got to be one of the most chronicled ones in recent times. More than his proficiency on the off-side, his prolific partnership with Sachin in ODIs, his run in with Greg Chappell etc. it is his role as a captain in shaping up a young team for which he is most remembered and celebrated.

    15. Champion Fans

    • At the stroke of the midnight hour on January 20th, 2017... when the world slept, the Breakfast with Champions YouTube channel woke to light and birth..