13th season of the Indian Premier League (IPL 2020) is about to begin. This time, fans of cricket will not be able to go to the stadium due to COVID 19, but the theme of IPL will definitely increase the public’s encouragement on song cricket. This song will arouse hope that cricket will be regular again. The title of the theme song this year is ‘Aayenge hum wapas’. This song is very positive. In this song, the message has been given to confront the present-day corona epidemic and to enjoy cricket sitting at home. This song is encouraging millions of people, who are in homes during lockdown for the last 6 months.
Every year the IPL launches its theme song before the tournament so that the cricket fans also get to see the teaser of the exciting cricket action. This time the IPL match is very important because this time a cricket match will be played after a long gap due to Coronavirus. In the video of the song, people are giving the message that we should take appropriate precautions and security measures in times of global epidemic. However, the time will come when normalcy will return and the doors of the stadium will be opened to the audience.
Talking about IPL 2020, the tournament will start on 19 September. The final of the tournament will be played on 10 November. The upcoming tournament will be played in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) due to the COVID-19 epidemic in India. Now it will be interesting to see how the players will adapt to the new conditions this time.
The Indian Premier League was about to start on 29 March and end on 24 May. At first, it was postponed till 15 April after a continuous surge of COVID-19 cases in India. However because of the situation not being suitable for any type of sporting activities and the country in the duration of a 40-day lockdown, the BCCI didn’t issue any fresh date.
But now the board has finally decided the venue and dates for the tournament last month. IPL 2020 is set to be played in UAE with stadiums in Abu Sharjah and Dubai hosting all the games behind closed doors with no fans inside the ground and maintain all the safety measures with social distancing protocols to stay safe from the coronavirus pandemic. This will be the second time when the competition will be played in the gulf country.
The anthem is titled as Aayenge Hum Wapas” was released by the Indian Premier League on Sunday. IPL 2020 anthem is composed by Pranav Ajayrao. By mentioning the highlights how everyone has worked hard together to bring this year’s IPL to life.