Language:

Search

The ICC World Cup anthem, "Dil Jashn Bole," adheres closely to the traditional Pakistani cricket anthem formula.

  • Share this:
The ICC World Cup anthem, "Dil Jashn Bole," adheres closely to the traditional Pakistani cricket anthem formula.

 

Titled "Dil Jashn Bole," this electrifying 3-minute anthem delivers a blend of rhythm, energy, and entertainment for fans of Ranveer, Pritam, and cricket alike. The music video kicks off with Ranveer engaging a child in a simple question about being a "fan." The child's response, "What does it take to be a fan?" sets the tone for the track, emphasizing that it only takes "one day" to become a fan.

Following a traditional Pakistani cricket anthem formula, the song's hook incorporates a captivating "baja-like clink," a hallmark heard in songs like Ali Zafar's "Khel Jamay Ga" and Abdullah Siddiqui and Meesha Shafi's "Khel Dil Mein Hai." It boasts an upbeat, danceable rhythm and includes a rap segment that can uplift anyone's spirits.

The lyrics, crafted by Shloke Lal and Saaveri Verma, effectively capture the emotions associated with the game. The pronounced instrumentation gives the anthem a grand sound that can fill a cricket stadium, perfectly suited for the fervor of a heated match.

While some might find it packed with action within a short duration, "Dil Jashn Bole" pushes the boundaries in terms of energy and liveliness when compared to previous World Cup anthems. Ranveer is the ideal personality to convey this infectious energy onscreen.

Tayyaba Dua

Tayyaba Dua