Web Desk (February 22, 2018): The glittering inaugural ceremony of Pakistan Super League concluded in Dubai.
According to the details, the opening ceremony of the third edition of the Pakistan Super League (PSL)has just started in Dubai.
Former Star cricketer Rameez Raja introduced all six teams at the start of the ceremony.
Earlier, the ceremony kicked off with national anthem of Pakistan. Later, Ali Zafar enthralled the audience with his flawless performance.
Dubai International Cricket Stadium has been lighted up to host a star-studded opening ceremony to usher in the tournament.
The PSL opening ceremony will be followed by first PSL Match between Peshawar Zalmi vs Multan Sultans match at 10 PM.
The Hosting StarsThe film stars Hareem Farooq and Bilal Ashraf are the presenters for the night. And they are just as excited for the occasion as any of us.
Stars Who Are Going To Spark The Night With Their Talents
Abida ParveenLegendary Sufi singer Abida Parveen will spread the magic of her voice in front of thousands of fans at the opening ceremony.
Jason DeruloAmerican singer, songwriter, and dancer Jason Derulo will be creating an electric atmosphere at the Dubai stadium with his irresistible beats.
Ali ZafarThe fan-favourite voice behind the beloved PSL anthems, Ali Zafar will be marking the night with his vocals. And the most awaited performance? His latest PSL anthem ‘Dil Se Jaan Laga De’, of course!
Shehzad RoyPop icon and rights activist Shehzad Roy will once again be in action at Thursday’s opening ceremony.
Kapil SharmaKapil Sharma will also be performing at the big event.
Aside from the musical performances, the big night will also be marked by an extensive display of fireworks and other shows.
Meanwhile, hashtag #PSL2018 is trending top on twitter in Pakistan.
The fever of cricket has engulfed even men in uniform as Director General Inter-Service Public Relations Major General Asif Ghafoor has wished good luck to Pakistan Cricket Board. Ghafoor took to popular microblogging website Twitter to post his message.