Odisha World Cup 2018 Anthem 'Jai Hind, Jai India' Teaser Featuring Shah Rukh Khan and Composed by AR Rahman Unveiled: Watch Video

The Men’s Hockey World Cup 2018 scheduled to be held in Odisha’s capital Bhubaneswar is just ten days away and ahead of the tournament Music Maestro A.R. Rahman has composed an anthem for the mega event. Meanwhile, the Oscar-winning music composer has released the teaser of the Hockey World Cup 2018 titled ‘Jai Hind India’ which features Bollywood superstar Shah Rukh Khan besides the music composer. Men’s Hockey World Cup 2018 Opening Ceremony Tickets: Here’s How to Book a Ticket Online for the Event Featuring AR Rahman

“Jai Hind India is A.R. Rahman’s tribute to Indian Hockey. This song intends to inspire the young generation to take the first step towards world domination in sports and leadership. The video celebrates how united our nation is, adapting modernism, yet preserving our ancient values, embracing humanity fuelled by spiritual commonality,” reads the description of the teaser on YouTube. Men’s Hockey World Cup 2018 Schedule in IST: Check Out Complete Fixtures, Time Table and Venue of FIH 2018 Hockey WC Matches in Odisha

The 2018 Hockey World Cup anthem is produced by Rahman and is penned by Gulzar. The video is directed by BToS Productions and features the Indian hockey team players as well. Rahman will be performing at the tournament’s opening ceremony and World Cup Celebrations event. Besides, him prominent Bollywood celebrities including Shah Rukh Khan will also attend the opening ceremony.  Shah Rukh Khan to Attend Men’s Hockey World Cup 2018 Opening Ceremony; Says His Heart Beats for the Sport!

Watch the Odisha World Cup 2018 Anthem Teaser Here:

The 2018 Men’s Hockey World Cup is scheduled to start from November 28 and will end with the final on December 16. The 2018 Men’s Hockey World Cup will be a 16-team affair and will take place at the Kalinga Stadium. Australia are the defending champions. Meanwhile, hosts India are placed in Pool C alongside South Africa, Canada, and Belgium.