A.R.Rahman and Ranveer Singh performed at the IPL 2022 closing ceremony. The event took place before the IPL final on Sunday. Notably, this is the first such event post the pandemic. The Motera Stadium in Ahmedabad was the venue for the event. It was fully packed on Sunday afternoon. Notably, it is the largest cricket stadium in the world. This final marked the largest attendance for a cricket match ever. The number stood at one lakh.
The event had some big names in the stands. From politicians to megastars, all were at the venue. Actor Akshay Kumar was present during the show. Also, it broke a few records. It had the unveiling of the largest cricket jersey in the world. Besides, the theme was the 75th year of freedom for India.
A.R.Rahman and Ranveer Singh lit up the IPL final. Here we’ll bring you the various aspects of the show.
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The Ranveer Singh and A.R.Rahman show on IPL Finale day
It was a hot afternoon in the city. Besides, the stadium is in the shape of a cauldron. It further raises the level of heat. However, the crowd came packing in. It was a sight to behold for sports fans all over the world. The roar was going up a level as time went on.
Ravi Shashtri kicked things off. His voice has a telling presence. But, even he had to scream at the top of his voice to make himself heard. Shashtri thanked the fans for coming in in numbers. He also gave an idea of what the event was going to be. It set the tone for the event ahead.
Singh was up next for his turn. He ran across a part of the ground holding the IPL flag. After that, he made his way up to the stage. The songs from his various movies kept coming on. He danced to each one of them with passion. His energy on stage was there for all to see. The song from the film 83 made the crowd go wild.
After that, it was time for A.R.Rahman to take the stage. He and his group of singers swayed the audience with their music. The cameras also caught the players signing along from the dugout. The idea behind Rahman’s performance was to celebrate the eight decades of Indian cricket post-independence.
Eventually, Ranveer Singh and A.R.Rahman both shared the stage. They ended the event on a high note, side by side.