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I wouldn't have been half the brand that I am today without India: Bravo
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I wouldn't have been half the brand that I am today without India: Bravo
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New Delhi, Dec 7 (TIWN) Former West Indies all-rounder Dwayne Bravo feels that India has given him exposure to be the brand he is currently. He added that the love from the people in India has resulted in the country becoming very close to his heart. Apart from his cricketing career and music singles, Bravo is now going to start a fresh innings in fashion with 'Djb47 Fashion Label' available online with a physical store launch scheduled for early next year in India.

"Very, very special. I don't think I would have been half the brand that I am today without India. That's an honest truth and I am grateful for having a big presence in a country that is so far away from my home. The love that I have received from the people over there means definitely India is very close to my heart. That's why most of the stuff that I do when it comes to music or clothing or cricket, anything that I do will always have an Indian presence," said Bravo in an exclusive chat with IANS, organised by 3 Big Dogs PTe Ltd and DNH Media.  Talking about playing cricket in bio-bubble environment, Bravo admitted about its challenges but focused to see the positive side.  "For me personally, there have been moments where it's challenging and then to have the moments where one has to understand. I mean to say, despite the pandemic, a lot of people lost their jobs and some people lost their lives. We have to be grateful that I am still able to work, play, earn and entertain my fans around the world. So, I always look on the positive and on the brighter side of things. That's how I deal with (bio-bubbles) in the pandemic."  At the same time, the 38-year-old hopes for the bio-bubble environment to be over shortly.

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