Icc Cricket World Cup 2011 Mp3 Song Jio Khiladi Bahe Bahe.mp3
ICC Cricket World Cup 2011 MP3 Song Jio Khiladi Bahe Bahe
The ICC Cricket World Cup 2011 was the tenth edition of the quadrennial international cricket tournament, held in India, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh from 19 February to 2 April 2011. It was the first time that the three South Asian countries co-hosted the event, and the second time that India hosted the World Cup after 1987. The tournament featured 14 teams, divided into two groups of seven, who played a round-robin stage followed by a knockout stage. The final was played between India and Sri Lanka at the Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai, where India won by six wickets and became the first team to win the World Cup on home soil.
The ICC Cricket World Cup 2011 also had a memorable official song, titled "De Ghumake" (Swing It Hard), composed by the famous Indian music trio Shankar Ehsaan Loy. The song was sung in three languages: Hindi, Bengali and Sinhala, to reflect the diversity of the host nations. The song was released on 31 January 2011 and became an instant hit among cricket fans across the world. The song featured catchy lyrics, upbeat music and a chorus of "Jio Khiladi Wahe Wahe" (Live Players Swing It Hard), which became a popular slogan for the tournament.
The song was also performed live by Shankar Ehsaan Loy at the opening ceremony of the ICC Cricket World Cup 2011, held at the Bangabandhu National Stadium in Dhaka on 17 February 2011. The ceremony was attended by around 25,000 spectators and watched by millions of viewers worldwide. The song was accompanied by a spectacular display of fireworks, laser lights and cultural performances by artists from the host countries. The song also played during the matches, especially when a boundary was hit or a wicket was taken, to create an atmosphere of excitement and enthusiasm among the fans.
The ICC Cricket World Cup 2011 MP3 song "Jio Khiladi Wahe Wahe" can be downloaded from various online platforms, such as YouTube , Spotify, iTunes, etc. The song is also available as a ringtone for mobile phones. The song is a great way to relive the memories of the ICC Cricket World Cup 2011, which was one of the most thrilling and successful events in cricket history.