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The T20 World Cup is starting in the next few days and news is circulating on social media that famous singer Atif Aslam will sing for Pakistan in the T20 World Cup.

Recently, various tweets from social media users are claiming that Atif Aslam will sing the official anthem of the T20 World Cup.

It is also being claimed on social media that the cricketers of the Pakistani team should also be included in the music video of this anthem in which captain Babar Azam will also be present.

A picture of Atif Aslam is also circulating in which he is present with the T20 World Cup trophy.

A user named Falak Sher said in a tweet that “Atif Aslam will sing the official anthem of T20 World Cup for Pakistan”.

He also said that “Babar Azam and other players will be seen in action”.

A user named Waqar said, “Atif Aslam will sing the official Pakistan T20 World Cup anthem. Babar Azam will also be a part of it.”

A user named Miraj also tweeted on Twitter in this regard and claimed that it has been confirmed.

However, there was no confirmation or denial of claims by singer Atif Aslam about singing Pakistan’s official anthem for the T20 World Cup.

It is to be noted that the T20 World Cup will start from October 17 in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and the matches of the event will also be held in Oman and the Cup will continue till November 14.

This time, a total of 16 teams will take the field in the T20 Cup, of which 12 big teams have been named by the ICC as Super Teams.

The event was supposed to be held in Australia at the end of 2020, but due to the Corona epidemic, it was hosted in India, but the event could not be held there due to the epidemic.

The ICC later held the event in the UAE and Oman in consultation with host India.

The International Cricket Council (ICC) has released the official anthem of the Mail T20 World Cup 2021, ‘Live the Game’.

The music for the short duet has been composed by Bollywood composer, singer, and director Amit Trivedi and the song uses modern technology animations.

The song features animated characters from well-known players from India, Australia, India, and Afghanistan, but the video does not feature players from other countries, including Pakistan and Sri Lanka, which is why the song is being objected to.

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