‘My daddy is behind the camera’ – Adorable moment between cameraman and his daughter steals the show at a T20 Mumbai match
It was a really admirable sight to see when a little girl from the stands was spotted holding a placard with ‘My Daddy is Behind the Camera’ written on it.
Updated - Dec 28, 2019 4:13 pm
Over the years, as the fandom has grown for the sport, fans coming to the stadium have been spotted with various kinds of messages written on a placard for them. But this one here was a rare sight to be seen. One has often heard about the hard work that the broadcasting crew does for making the experience of watching cricket better for the fans at home.
It was a really admirable sight to see when a little girl from the stands was spotted holding a placard with ‘My Daddy is Behind the Camera’ written on it. The video has been doing rounds on social media since it was first posted on T-20 Mumbai’s YouTube channel.
The gesture by the little girl and his mother, sitting in the stands and waving at the camera was captured by one of the many cameras installed across the ground. It was then that the cameraman, whose daughter she was, saw them in the stands and waved back. The little girl was delighted to see this and waved back to his dad, all pumped up.
And, this move by the daughter, even for a millisecond brought joy her dad’s face, who would have stood there for the entire length of the match, not taking rest and tracking every movement of the players and their equipment.
The video has been doing rounds across social media
After this video was posted on YouTube, it has garnered over one lac views and the comments section is also flooded with love and support coming in from the viewers. Comments like ‘This video needs 1 million likes’, ‘Imagine disliking the Video’ and ‘The people that disliked probably left a tear on dislike button’ can be seen throughout the comments section. Even on other platforms, where this video was put up, people have been pouring their hearts out in appreciating the girl’s gesture, showcasing how proud she was of the word that her father was putting in.
People wave flags, paint their faces and sometimes even the entire bodies, but this gesture will definitely go down as one of the best one in cricket’s broadcasting history.