World Cup 2023: Ranveer Singh, Arijit Singh, Shreya Ghoshal, Tamannaah Bhatia Is Set The Stage On Fire In Opening Ceremony. The ICC World Cup 2023, a once-in-four-year event, is due to begin on October 5 with a high-octane game between the previous edition’s finalists, England and New Zealand. This cricketing spectacular will take place at Ahmedabad’s renowned Narendra Modi Stadium.
The big day is approaching, and the excitement is palpable. The ICC ODI World Cup 2023 is just three days away, but there will be a big opening ceremony before the main game begins. As predicted, the BCCI is leaving no stone unturned in its efforts to captivate the public. The opening ceremony will take place on Wednesday, October 4, at Ahmedabad Cricket Arena, the world’s largest cricket arena.
The opening ceremony promises to be spectacular, complete with a mesmerising laser show, magnificent pyrotechnics, and an Indian cultural celebration. The captains of each of the 10 participating teams will be in attendance. Fans who booked tickets to the England vs. New Zealand opening match will be able to witness this remarkable event.
On October 3, all ten captains will arrive in Ahmedabad ahead of the formal launch. However, with India facing the Netherlands and other teams in the warm-up on October 3, the majority of them, including Rohit Sharma, will arrive on October 4 morning.
Stars Performing in World Cup 2023 Opening Ceremony
The spectacular curtain-raiser promises to be a visual feast, starring not only the eleven captains who will lead their different nations into war, including the dynamic Rohit Sharma but also a slew of Bollywood stars.
Among those attending are superstar Ranveer Singh, the great Asha Bhosle, the lyrical Shreya Ghoshal, the heartthrob Arijit Singh, the stunning Tamannaah Bhatia, and Shankar Mahadevan, the artist behind the classic 2011 World Cup song. Pritam, the writer and performer of this edition’s theme song, ‘Dil Jashn Bole,’ is also likely to be among the sparkling roster.
Unlike during the IPL, the opening ceremony will take place one day earlier, on October 4th. Because the World Cup matches begin at 2 p.m., BCCI will not have enough time for the opening ceremony on October 5. In addition, the BCCI has prepared a laser spectacular.
Along with the ardent supporters, officials from the International Cricket Council (ICC) and the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) will be there. The BCCI and the ICC will both send invites to the senior administrators of all cricket boards, ensuring that significant figures attend the event.