ICC Releases Official Anthem for World Cup 2023:

ICC Releases Official Anthem for World Cup 2023 has officially released the anthem for the ICC World Cup 2023 titled “Dil Jashn Bole”. Famous Indian music director Pritam Chakraborty has composed the World Cup anthem starring Bollywood actor Ranveer Singh. The anthem also features choreographer Dhanashree Verma, the wife of India leg-spinner Yuzvendra Chahal. The three-minute 22-second-long anthem shows a journey through India on board the ‘One Day Express’.

A blend of traditional Indian instruments with an international flavour thrown in, the tune aims to capture the emotions of the cricket community across the world, with a matching music video that aims to unite nations and fans across cultures. Entitled “Dil Jashn Bole,” this anthem brilliantly encapsulates the fervour and anticipation surrounding one of the most highly anticipated sports events globally.

At the anthem launch, Ranveer Singh expressed his gratitude for having the privilege of delivering the song to the cricket world. “Being part of this anthem launch for the ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup 2023 is truly an honour. It’s a celebration of the sport we all love.”

Pritam Chakraborty shared the sentiments of his colleague, highlighting the urge to bring fans across the world a piece of India and its cricket through song. O“Cricket is India’s greatest passion and composing ‘Dil Jashn Bole’ for the biggest World Cup ever, has been a tremendous honour for me. This song is not just for 1.4 billion Indian fans but for the whole world to come to India and be a part of the biggest celebration ever.”

As cricket fans gear up for the ICC Cricket World Cup, the release of “Dil Jashn Bole” is set to become a significant milestone in the countdown to this prestigious tournament. The anthem’s release promises to unite fans across borders and ignite the passion for cricket as teams from different nations compete for the coveted ICC Cricket World Cup trophy.  The ICC World Cup 2023 will take place in India with 10 teams fighting for the elusive title across 10 venues from October 5 to November 19, with the Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad hosting the tournament opener and the final.
In a round-robin format, all teams will play against each other for a total of 45 league matches during the Cricket World Cup. The top four teams will qualify for the semifinals, which will take place in Mumbai on November 15 and in Kolkata on November 16.The semi-finals and the final will have reserve days.

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