Alternatives to Brett Lee in Bollywood – Gurgler Six Pack

With former fast bowler Brett Lee in a Bollywood blockbuster - we ask Dr Sportz for alternative Australian Cricketers who could make the grade.

The Gurgler Six Pack returns as Dr Sportz answers a question from one of our fan – who could follow Brett Lee in Bollywood as a huge star.

Dr Sportz has found six of the best former cricket players from Australia to follow Brett Lee to India to make it BIG.

Anyone who could remember the graceful bowling delivery style will know that the memorable off spinner could probably make it for the dancing side of Bollywood given his run up before delivery was of national ballet standard. Can he sing? Or course he could. Boxes ticked.

No one would be more excited to be in a Bollywood film than Brad Hogg, and that infectious enthusiasm would translate to big numbers at the box office.

Shooting movies takes month doesn’t it? Hopefully they shoot movies over the Aussie summer for a few months. Just long enough to rid us of having our summer cricket viewing ruined.

Many who can remember the big fella’s exercising that drew so many fans at the MCG decades ago  will no doubt think like that this could be repeated in Bollywood with a cast of actors instead of beer drinking Aussie fans.

Big Jo Angel would easily make the move from obscure former cricketer to Bollywood front man. Who wouldn’t love to see the big man on the silver screen.

Andy Bichel looks like he could do anything, and with a gusto only seen in Brad Hogg. His blond hair makes him every bit as marketable as Brett Lee.

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Dr Sportz – or his full name Dr Steeden Sherrin Pirelli Brosnan Sportz III – is our new regular contributor and he’s here to answer your questions relating to sport. With degrees in Sports Psychology, Sports Administration and Business, and Diploma in coaching of Rugby League, Cricket and Broomstick Putting we couldn’t have assembled a better person to answer your queries with authority. When Adam Scott nailed his Masters winning putts, Dr Sportz was the man he consulted no less than 2 weeks before. Before his involvement with Dr Sportz Mark Webber had never won a GP and looked likely that the only thing he’d win was the most creative DNF title. More recently it was he who had coaxed career best form out of Mitchell Johnson with his advice on fast bowling. Finally he was the man who introduced Frank Duckworth and Tony Lewis over a discussion of cricket on a rain interrupted break at a local pub. Tip of the iceberg but still impressive those achievements. And we have him exclusive here for The Gurgler Sport.