PODCAST: Abhilasha Agrawal Unveils The Game Changers Photo Exhibition

by | Oct 13, 2019

Five years after taking up sports photography, India’s Abhilasha Agrawal has launched The Game Changers photo exhibition in Baroda.



The exhibition features a range of images from the 2017 Women’s Cricket World Cup which she believes changed the women’s game globally.

Her aim is to take the exhibition worldwide and inspire increased support for women’s cricket.

She spoke to gsport Editor Kass Naidoo who visited the exhibition to find out more about Agrawal and her journey as a sports photographer.


Photo 1 Caption: Abhilasha Agrawal celebrates the opening of The Game Changers Photo exhibition with gsport Founder Kass Naidoo, former cricket and now broadcaster, Snehal Pradhan and members of the Maharaja Sayajirao University of Baroda. Photo: Winsports

Photo 2 Caption: Indian cricketer Deepti Sharma seen here with photographer Abhilasha Agrawal on the opening day of her Game Changers photo exhibition in Baroda on Saturday. Photo: Winsports

Photo 3 Caption: Indian cricketers admire the outstanding images at The Game Changers exhibition at the Maharaja Sayajirao University of Baroda. Photo: Winsports

Photo 4 Caption: Abhilasha Agrawal shows off the coffee table book she produced that contains her outstanding images which tracks the growth of women’s cricket since the hugely successful 2017 Women’s Cricket World Cup. Photo: Winsports

Photo 5 Caption: gsport Founder Kass Naidoo and former Indian cricketer turned broadcaster Snehal Pradhan with youngsters who came through for the exhibition. Photo: Winsports

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