Lahore: Kashmir Premier League anthem “Khelo Azadi Se” has been released in which a large number of stars have appeared together.
Kashmir League anthem “Khelo Azadi Se” has been released. KPL anthem has been sung by internationally renowned singer Rahat Fateh Ali Khan. For the first time in the history of the country, a large number of showbiz and sports stars have joined together in a song. Has appeared Pakistan’s sports hero Wasim Akram has also joined the Kashmir Premier League today as vice president. Wasim Akram’s inclusion will be important for the Kashmir Premier League. The former cricket legend has expressed happiness and excitement over being a part of the Kashmir Premier League and Azadi Tarana.
The anthem of Kashmir Premier League released in association with B4U has won the hearts of the fans with its launch, Boom Boom Shahid Afridi, Sultan Wasim Akram of Swing, Sixer King Imran Nazir, well-known actor Shaan Shahid, film Former Squash World Champion Jahangir Khan, Sports Anchor Mirza Iqbal Baig, Inam Butt Pehlwan, Shafiq Chishti Pehlwan, Flying Horse Several stars, including Samiullah, Mohammad Wasim Boxer and singer Rahat Fateh Ali Khan, are shining in the song of Khelo Azadi.
Kashmir Premier League presents "The Aazadi Anthem" as their official song for KPL Season – 1. The song is filled with the galaxy of stars.
Following is the YouTube link to the song. https://t.co/fe5HRgVwNk#KheloAazadiSe pic.twitter.com/76uoFIGIO6
— Kashmir Premier League (Official) (@kpl_20) February 16, 2021
With the release of the Kashmir Premier League anthem, cricket fans’ anticipation for Kashmir Premier League has intensified. The first edition of the Kashmir Premier League will be played from May 16 to May 27. A total of six teams will take part in the Kashmir Premier League, including Muzaffarabad Tigers, Mirpur Royals, Rawalkot Hawks, Kotli Panthers, Bagh Stallions, and Overseas Warriors. Warriors are iconic players. In addition, KPL has been named with the hashtag KheloAazadiSe which is a sign of commitment to the Kashmiri people.