The video of the official anthem of Cricket World Cup 2023 has been released by the International Cricket Council (ICC).
A video of the official anthem of Cricket World Cup 2023 starting next month has been released by ICC on social media platform X, which is fast becoming viral.
In the video of the anthem titled ‘Dil Jashan Bole’, an attempt has been made to portray the passion and enthusiasm of the fans for cricket.
The lyrics of the song have been composed by famous Bollywood composer Pritam Chakraborty while popular actor Ranveer Singh has performed in the video.
The anthem of Cricket World Cup 2023 has been filmed on a moving train called the ODI Express, in which Ranveer Singh makes an entry, while the fans on the train are sitting with tickets for the World Cup match in their hands.
The flags of the teams involved in the event can be seen displayed in the World Cup Anthem. According to ICC, Ranveer Singh says that it is an honor to be a part of this anthem for the ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup 2023.
“It’s a celebration of the game we all love,” he said.
Cricket’s biggest single-site tournament, the World Cup 2023, will be played in India from October 5 to November 19, with the Indian city of Ahmedabad’s Narendra Modi Stadium hosting the opening and final matches of the tournament.
The first match of the World Cup will be between the defending champions England and the finalists of the previous event, New Zealand.
Cricket fans react to anthem of Cricket World Cup 2023
Cricket fans also reacted after the release of the anthem of Cricket World Cup 2023 video on social media. .
Twitter user Areeba wrote that it sounded more like a typical Bollywood song than a sports anthem, the video lacked festive and cultural elements and included extremely cheesy lyrics.
More like a typical Bollywood song than a sports anthem. Boring lyrics followed by lack of festival and cultural elements. The relevance is missing.
De Ghuma ke was popular because the lyrics were inspired from street cricket , whom South Asians were able to associate with. https://t.co/6so8AFmJLI
— Areeba (@arieba_chaudry) September 20, 2023
Referring to the 2011 Cricket World Cup anthem, he wrote that ‘De Ghumma Ke’ was more popular because its lyrics were inspired by street cricket, partly because many South Asians played it in their neighborhoods and streets. Have grown up.