Watch Dhanashree Verma dazzles along with Ranveer Singh in the World Cup anthem

Dhanashree Verma’s captivating dance moves struck a chord with audience as Dil Jashn Bole World Cup anthem is out

Apart from Bollywood actor Ranveer Singh and singer and musician Pritam, several other social media influencers like Be YouNick, Flying Beast, sc0ut, Viraj Ghelani, and Dhanashree Verma (Yuzvendra Chahal's wife) can also be seen in the video. Sport's host, broadcaster, and cricket commentator, Jatin Sapru, who is known for his association with Star Sports, can also be seen in the anthem.

Yuzvendra Chahal might not be part of India’s World Cup squad, but his better half Dhanashree Varma is grabbing eyeballs as the YouTuber sizzled along side Bollywood Star Ranveer Singh in the ICC World Cup anthem song. Dhanashree, who is known for her dancing skills, vibed along effortlessly with Raanveer, as the three minutes 17 seconds anthem captivated the audience with WC fever.

Dhanashree comes in the second stanza of Dil Jashn Bole song. The YouTuber can be seen dazzling in the pink outfit. Meanwhile, Ranveer looked dapper in maroon suit.

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Apart from Dhanashree, the song also feature Bollywood Actor Ranveer Singh. ‘Dil Jashn Bole’ is the title of the peppy anthem. Renowned music composer Pritam has composed the song. This is not the first time Ranveer is featuring in a Cricket anthem. The Bollywood actor was part of the closing ceremony song of IPL 2022. However, it is the first time Dhnashree will feature in a Cricket anthem.

In a poster uploaded by ICC on social media platforms, Ranveer is seen wearing a navy blue shirt paired with a maroon-colored blazer and matching hat. In the background, fans from different countries can also be seen. As per the post, the theme will released on Wednesday (September 20) at 12 pm IST.

Apart from the anthem, Adidas, the jersey sponsor of Team India, is also set to unveil the jersey on September 20.

Hosts India begin their campaign on October 8 against five-time World Cup winners Australia in Chennai. A total of ten teams will take part in the marquee event. Each team plays the other nine in a round-robin format, with the top four qualifying for the knockout stage and semi-finals.

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