The World Cup will be staged in India for the first time in 12 years, and Dil Jashn Bole brilliantly captures the happiness, laughter, and excitement that the occasion promises to bring to all of us.
Dil Jashn Bole, the forthcoming World Cup's official theme song, was presented by the International Cricket Council (ICC) on Wednesday. This year's World Cup will be held in India.
Bollywood actor Ranveer Singh plays the major part in the music video, which was created by Pritam as a celebration of cricket and India. A number of other well-known celebrities and content creators are also featured, including choreographer and Yuzvendra Chahal's wife Dhanashree Verma.
The World Cup will be staged in India for the first time in 12 years, and Dil Jashn Bole brilliantly captures the happiness, laughter, and excitement that the occasion promises to bring to all of us. The song, which was composed by Shloke Lal and Saaveri Verma, was performed by a number of singers, including Nakash Aziz, Sreerama Chandra, Amit Mishra, Jonita Gandhi, AKASA, and Charan.
The ICC Men's Cricket World Cup 2023 is expected to be the biggest Cricket World Cup ever, with hundreds of millions of fans around the world ready to be a part of it, according to Claire Furlong, the ICC General Manager, Marketing and Communications, in a Star Sports announcement on the release of the song.
He remarked that we are eager for the world to hear the song since it so admirably captures India's fire and enthusiasm as well as that of the supporters who will make this event so memorable. He advised people to listen to the song right away and create their own hook-step after it was released since this World Cup will place fans in the middle of the action and the anthem would make them feel more involved in the game than before.
In Ahmedabad's Narendra Modi Stadium, the 2019 World Cup final between England and New Zealand will be reenacted on October 5 and the World Cup final will occur on Sunday, November 19, also in the same venue.
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