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 financial implications to him personally, of setting up the IPL:

• Not pocketed any money from IPL

• Benefits went to BCCI

• IPL created value for BCCI from nothing to two billion dollars over 10 years

• Very proud that 100 per cent of revenue went to BCCI

• All costs incurred were personal

• IPL managed in personal time

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