Also read: What next for Sreesanth: Comeback or long wait"The anti-corruption unit of the BCCI had reported matters against these three and then the disciplinary committee felt that they deserved to be banned for bringing the game to disrepute.
Now the case at the court was in regards to their connection with underworld dons and the fact that there wasn't enough charges to prove that they were criminal. Criminal and disciplinary issues are two completely different things.
Since then he tried for offers in Telugu and Tamil.
Finally, he got a movie in his mother tongue Malayalam under director Suresh Govind.
Nikki Galrani is the female lead opposite Sreesanth.
S Sreesanth will not get any immediate relief from the BCCI after the board decided to appeal to the Division Bench of Kerala High Court against lifting of life ban on the tainted pacer.
"Yes, the legal team has studied the Kerala High Court order. As per the natural nomenclature, the BCCI has the right to appeal to a larger bench of the Kerala High Court.
This Malayalam young cricketer rose to fame within no time with his swing bowling.
His poor form followed by match fixing has made him far from Cricket.
Therefore, we will be appealing against the overturn of ban at the Division Bench of the Kerala High Court," a senior BCCI official, who can't come on record, told PTI on Thursday.
It is learnt that BCCI with zero tolerance on corruption issues, has no sympathy for the pacer, who has represented India in 27 Tests, 53 ODIs, and 10 T20 Internationals.