Lalit Modi, the founder and architect of the Indian Premier League, talks to former BBC Sports Editor and renowned sports and business commentator, Mihir Bose about a number of allegations which have been levelled against him.

In this video, Lalit Modi talks about the early days of founding the IPL and the invaluable support he received from his family:

• How difficult attracting investment was in the early days of the IPL

• Some traditional financiers were disinterested at the outset

• When Indian domestic cricket was unpopular

• How friends and families were the only early supporters

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