IPL 2018 Opening Ceremony Cricket and Bollywood Together

IPL 2018 Opening Ceremony
IPL 2018 Opening Ceremony

Opening ceremony IPL 2018 now combined with Bollywood actors and cricketer. 2018 IPL introduced a new trend. This opening brings the famous stars performances.

Hrithik Roshan, Varun Dhawan, Jacqueline, Tamanaah, Mika and also Prabhudheva showed different performances. Now T20 has entered in the 11th year on this 2018. It is a huge success. Now Bollywood glamour has also been entered in this ceremony. People liked and enjoyed more the appearance of Bollywood in IPL.

In the Mumbai Stadium Wankhede IPL opening ceremony started with beautiful glittered lights, thousands twinkled lighting arrangement etc. More, Bollywood actors also added in this 2018. This increases more excitement and enjoyment to people. The start of this ceremony was more enjoyable than all previous starts.

The program start began with dancing. Varun Dhawan danced on his hit movie Judwaa famous songs. Crowd charged with his emotional performance. People cheered and also danced with him. Further Prabhudheva came on stage and also danced and showed his skillful dancing. Urvashi, Muqabla were his selected songs. Varun and also Praabhudheva both increased the crowd enthusiasm.

In addition, Tamanaah Bhatia performed dancing skills on four songs. All songs were in different languages. Kannada, Hindi, Tamil and also Telugu are songs languages. She also said Hyderabad, Chennai and also Mumbai liked her own city. As she belongs to all three cities. People and crowd enjoyed her dancing and also songs. People liked and also sang songs with her. After it, Jacqueline Fernandez came and also emused the crowd.

In all performance, Hrithik Roshan dance inspired most people of the crowd. He danced and showed his best performance.

In short, it is the best Opening ceremony than all previous IPL openings. Because of Bollywood new trend attachment to this it. It has made IPL 2018 the most memorable in the history. This new trend brought a good change and people liked it globally.