Saturday, May 25th, 2019

Tigers’ World Cup theme song unveiled

Published 10:25 pm | May 25, 2019

The Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) and its team rights holder Unilever Bangladesh Limited jointly unveiled the official theme song of the Bangladesh Cricket Team on Saturday in a bid to give the side an impetus in the flagship event.

The title of the theme song is “Khalbe Tiger, Jitbe Tiger, Tigers fans roaring, can you hear” — written by Pullok Anil, composed by Emon Chakrabartee, while Zoyat gave voice to it. BCB CEO Nizamuddin Chowdhury formally announced the unveiling of the theme song at the media block of the Sher-e-Bangla National Cricket Stadium (SBNCS) in Mirpur.

Bangladesh Cricket Team led by Mashrafe Bin Mortaza joined the programme from Cardiff through Skype after ending their anti-doping programme, set by International Cricket Council (ICC). Seeking blessings for the team, Bangladesh ODI captain Mashrafe Bin Mortaza in his impromptu speech lauded the theme song and thanked the team rights-holders Unilever for making such an amazing song for them.

“The theme song has been unparallel,” said Mashrafe Bin Mortaza through skype. “I thank Unilever for making such an amazing song for the Bangladesh team and want blessings from the people for the team,” he added. BCB director and its media committee chairman Jalal Younus and Nafees Anwar, marketing director of Unilever Bangladesh were also present on the occasion.

“The theme song will work as a motivation. It has been dedicated to the Bangladesh Team in World Cup,” Younus said. Nafees Anwar said: “Five fingers have been showed in all the pictures of the video, meaning Bangladesh need to win just five matches to go into the next stage of the World Cup. In case of voice, people of all the stratums have been kept, means that Bangladesh has been united for the support of the team and the entire country will stay with the team.”

“Even some good memories of the Bangladesh team in the erstwhile World Cup have nicely been presented through the video.” Regarding the theme song, Pullok Anil said, “To be honest, I needed seven to eight minutes to write the song. The view was clear. As I am in advertising sector, I know how to write a song easily if the view of the matter is clear to me.”


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