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IND vs AUS World Cup Final: From IAF's Surya Kiran to stellar performances; check out full schedule of ceremonies during WC final

Written by  Shefali Kohli -- November 18th 2023 01:10 PM
IND vs AUS World Cup Final: From IAF's Surya Kiran to stellar performances; check out full schedule of ceremonies during WC final

IND vs AUS World Cup Final: From IAF's Surya Kiran to stellar performances; check out full schedule of ceremonies during WC final

World Cup 2023: And the countdown begins with the excitement is in the air for World Cup Final 2023 and cricket lovers can’t keep calm because after endless days and nights of suspense and wait, the eagerly anticipated Cricket World Cup Final 2023 is all scheduled to take place at the Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad between the arch-rivals India vs Australia. 

Clashing again after 20 years, the eagerly anticipated clash between India and Australia promises to be a spectacle of cricketing prowess, with both teams fiercely determined to make their mark in the tournament.

From IAF's Surya Kiran and dazzling air show to live gigs from celebs and stellar performances, stage is all set for the much-awaited and much-anticipated match between India and Australia. 

List of schedule for ceremonies in IND vs AUS World Cup 2023 

The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) on Saturday announced the list of celebrities who will perform ahead of the ODI World Cup final between India and Australia at the Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad on Sunday.

BCCI posed from its official handle on X, "It doesn't get any bigger than this The ICC Men's Cricket World Cup 2023 Final is filled with stellar performances and an experience of a lifetime."

PRE-MATCH (1:35 to 1:50 pm

The Surya Kiran acrobatic team of the Indian Air Force (IAF) will put up a dazzling air show before the match gets underway.

The airshow is scheduled to be staged between 1.30 pm and 1.50 pm.



During the 1st Innings drinks break Gujarati singer Aditya Gadhvi will perform at the grand event.


During the Innings break, the full house at the Narendra Modi Stadium will be treated to live performances by music composer Pritam, and singers Jonita Gandhi, Nakash Aziz, Amit Mishra, Akasa Singh and Tushar Joshi.

Pritam has several hits to his credit such as 'Kesariya;, 'Hawayein', 'Mauja Hi Mauja', 'Lehra Do', 'Tum Hi Ho Bandhu', 'Pehli Nazar Mein' and many more.

Jonita Gandhi is known for her tracks like 'The Breakup Song' (from Ae Dil Hai Mushkil), 'What Jhumka? (from Rocky aur Rani Kii Prem Kahaani), 'Sau Tarah Ke' (from Dishoom) and others.

Singer Nakash Aziz is well known for his hit tracks like 'Jabra Fan' (from SRK's Fan), 'Slow Motion' (from Salman Khan's Bharat), 'Cutiepie' (from Ae Dil Hai Mushkil), 'Saree Ke Fall Sa' (from R..Rajkumar) among others.

Amit Mishra has delivered hit tracks such as 'Bulleya' (from ADHM), 'Galti Se Mistake' (from Jagga Jasoos) and others.

AKASA on the other hand is known for songs like 'Thug Ranjha', 'Maaserati', 'Naagin' and others.

Tushar Joshi also has chartbusters such as 'Rasiya', 'Woh Din', and 'Tere Hawale', among others, to his credit.

Pritam, Nakash Aziz, Amit Mishra, Jonita Gandhi and AKASA have recently collaborated for the ICC World Cup 2023 official anthem song 'Dil Jashn Bole' which featured actor Ranveer Singh.



A special laser and light show will be performed during the drinks break in the second innings.

Indian cricketer’s splendid and remarkable achievement so far stands as an inspirational tale for budding cricketers nationwide with the Indian team winning all 10 matches including the semi-final, the summit clash promises to be an electrifying one as the Australian team is also coming after registering eight consecutive win.

The Men’s Cricket World Cup is the culmination of national pride, memorable moments, cricketing heritage and an occasion to celebrate with others, perfectly packaged into one-day global showcase with the 10 competing nations  

If India win, it will be their third World Cup title. 

- With inputs from agencies


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