Internationally renowned actor, Ranveer Singh, and esteemed Bollywood composer, Pritam, have joined forces to create the official anthem for the Cricket World Cup 2023. The anthem, titled ‘Dil Jashn Bole’, promises to take fans on a thrilling journey aboard the One Day Express through the grandest Cricket World Cup in history.
Fusion of Traditional and International Music
The anthem is a harmonious blend of traditional Indian instruments and international musical elements. It aims to encapsulate the emotions of the global cricket community, complemented by a music video designed to bridge nations and cultures. The video and the anthem together strive to unite cricket fans worldwide.
Ranveer Singh’s Honour to Deliver the Anthem
At the anthem’s unveiling, Ranveer Singh expressed his gratitude for the opportunity to present the song to the cricket world. He described his involvement in the anthem launch for the ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup 2023 as a true honour and a celebration of the universally loved sport.
Pritam’s Tribute to India’s Cricket Passion
Pritam echoed Singh’s sentiments, emphasizing his desire to share a piece of India and its cricket passion with fans worldwide through the anthem. He described composing ‘Dil Jashn Bole’ for the largest World Cup ever as a tremendous honour. The song, he said, is not just for India’s 1.4 billion fans, but for the entire world to join India in the grandest cricket celebration.
Fan Anthem: A Chance to Show Your Passion
The anthem also offers fans a chance to express their passion through its hook-step. Fans can participate in a collective Fan Anthem by teaming up with a friend, capturing their unique hook-step performance, and sharing it on Facebook or Instagram with the hashtag #CWC23.
Where to Listen to ‘Dil Jashn Bole’
The anthem ‘Dil Jashn Bole’ is now available on various streaming platforms, including Spotify, Apple Music, Gaana, Hungama, Resso, Wynk, Amazon, Facebook, Instagram, and YouTube. Fans can also look forward to hearing the anthem on radio stations Big FM and Red FM soon.