The World Cup anthem is out and Junoon has nailed it

03:53 PM | 28 May, 2019
The World Cup anthem is out and Junoon has nailed it
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LAHORE - Nothing represents the joy of cricket better than music. In Pakistan, cricket and music summon a combined power that brings the whole nation to its feet, heightens the senses, flaunts the identity and brings everyone together as one.

With the World Cup starting soon, Junoon has managed to bring the passion of cricket to life with their liveliness, power, and dynamism. With the release of the much anticipated cricket anthem “Badleinge Jahaan” in association with Peek Freans Sooper, Junoon is back with a bang and they couldn’t have picked a better occasion!

Peek Freans Sooper has once again proved to be the brand that celebrates Pakistan and everything that is associated with it. It has always tried to make the country’s name shine in the world’s map, and “Badleinge Jahaan” is a proof of that.

Junoon has reunited after years for a song and that song is none other than: the most awaited, anthem of World Cup 2019! It is finally here. And we are just as excited as you to put it on repeat.

The biggest event of the cricket world, ICC World Cup 2019, kick starts on May 30 and ends on July 14.

To make the event even more charasmatic, Junoon was roped in to make the anthem a tune to remember. And no doubt it is a catchy one! The video is full of spirit. You may feel motivated by the energy the video and song seem to pass on. This song is an energy powerhouse!

Different cultures and lifestyles are shown in the song yet Pakistan stands united for World Cup 2019. That is the beauty of Pakistan.

Junoon has not lost its charm even after decades. Their coordination seems epic.

“This song is for all Pakistanis. For all its citizens, specially for people who are marginalised,” Ali had earlier said and we can feel that through the song now. So Ali was in fact absolutely right.

The video shows the minorites of Pakistan in great light and that is just what we need from our music now. We do not need just mushy songs, we need strong messages! And this song is basically a strong message itself.