Dubai: With the Men’s Cricket World Cup 2023 just around the corner, the International Cricket Council (ICC) dropped the first look of the official anthem on Tuesday.
According to the initial details shared by the ICC, the official anthem for this year’s Men’s World Cup, titled Dil Jashan Bole, will feature Bollywood actor Ranveer Singh and will be released tomorrow at 12:30 PM (PST).
Pritam Chakraborty, a well-known Indian musician and composer, wrote the anthem.
The International Cricket Council (ICC) increased anticipation for the impending Men's World Cup in July by producing a promo video for the major event that starred Shah Rukh Khan.
The cricketing governing body created a promotional film for the Men's World Cup and chose one of India's most well-known actors, Khan, to be the face of their campaign.
The remarkable 2-minute long video, centred on the tournament’s ethos and tagline — ‘All it takes is one day’, is narrated by Shah Rukh Khan.
“The difference between making history and being history: one day. Jerseys will be worn, and chests will swell with pride, on that one day. Passion will triumph logic, and memories will be etched, on that one day. Fears will be conquered, and odds will be braved, on that one day. From the highs of joy, to the lows of anguish, it will all be embraced, on that one day,” narrates Khan.
“Rivalries will be redefined on the pitch, and respect reimagined in the stands. The power of belief will emerge from the hearts of a billion. Songs will be sung, dances will be danced, and eyes will widen in wonder, on that one day. And when that day comes, and when that day finally comes, glory will be immortalized,” continued Khan.
“This is the ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup, for everything ever dreamt for, pushed for, lived for, it takes one day,” concludes the movie star in the video.
The 45 matches that make up the ICC Men's World Cup will feature a total of 10 teams as they battle it out for the coveted trophy at 10 different sites from October 5 to November 19.
The ICC Men's World Cup 2023 will be played in a round-robin format, with each team playing nine matches against the other opponents, same as the previous tournament.
The top four teams at the end of the group round will advance to the semi-finals, which will be played on November 15 in Mumbai and on November 16 in Kolkata.
While the majestic Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad will host the tournament's finale on November 19.
Notably, a reserve day will be used for all three of the ICC Men's World Cup's knockout matches.
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