IPL 2022: More than a lakh people sang “Vande Mataram” at the same time, in the body…

IPL 2022: More than a lakh people sang “Vande Mataram” at the same time, a prickly video Viral

This video of the IPL 2022 final match held at Narendra Modi Cricket Stadium on May 29 has gone viral.

Viral video (Photo: @IPL / Twitter)

IPL 2022: Gujarat Titans (GT) and Rajasthan Royals (RR) met in the final of IPL 2022 at Narendra Modi Stadium in the mega final. With a capacity of around 130,000 seats, it is the largest stadium in the world. The BCCI had decided to hold the closing ceremony of the mega-event in Ahmedabad. AR Rahman and Ranveer Singh, two superstars were present at the closing ceremony. Ranveer Singh caught the attention of the audience with some incredible dances. AR Rahman captivated the audience with his melodious voice.

AR Rahman’s song was enjoyed by more than a lakh people at the Narendra Modi Stadium. The crowd swayed to the song ‘Vande Mataram’. Nearly a lakh of people sang the song ‘Vande Mataram’ together, which was an emotional and eye-catching scene for the Indian fans. The incident of singing ‘Vande Mataram’ like that had never happened before.

(Also read: Photos: 1 lakh 10,000 seats, 3,000 cars, 10,000 bikes parking – this is how the IPL final will be held at Narendra Modi Stadium)

(Also read: IPL 2022: RCB still hoping for victory after 15 years; Rs 150 crore for Kohli alone and Rs 900 crore for the whole team)

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Gujarat captain Hardik Pandya broke Rajasthan’s batting barrier. He took most of the three wickets. They included explosive hitters like Jose Butler, Sanju Samson and Shimron Heitmeyer. Sai Kishor took two wickets while Shami, Yash Dayal and Rashid Khan each took one wicket. The Gujarat team was recently included in this year’s IPL season. The Gujarat Titans have received a standing ovation for winning the title this season.

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