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An Aussie Goes Bolly

An Aussie Goes Bolly
Genre Reality television
Starring Gus Worland
Narrated by Hugh Jackman
Country of origin Australia
Original language(s) English
No. of seasons 1
No. of episodes 6
Executive producer(s) Hugh Jackman
Matthew Weiss
Deborra-Lee Furness
Location(s) India
Original channel FOX8
Original run 6 January 2008 – 10 February 2008
Preceded by An Aussie Goes Barmy
Followed by An Aussie Goes Calypso

An Aussie Goes Bolly was an Australian reality television series which aired on the pay TV channel FOX8 in 2008. The six-part series featured Australian cricket fan Gus Worland following the Australian cricket team during their 2007 tour of India.[1]

The series was a sequel to Worland's 2006 series An Aussie Goes Barmy, and was narrated and produced by Hollywood actor Hugh Jackman, who had been "best mates" with Worland since they attended the same kindergarten in Australia.

During a match in Mumbai, Worland stood up to 47,000 Indian fans who were making racial taunts against Australian player Andrew Symonds.[2]

The series won the Astra Award for best Sports Program on Australian Pay Television


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