The game of cricket is not just a game but a religion in India as people follow and play the game like there is nothing more important in the world. The passion, commitment, skills, and competitiveness of Indian people shows in their national team and fans alike.
The ongoing ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 has attracted huge numbers as people from all parts of the world have come to support their teams in the United Kingdom (UK) during the showpiece event.
Famous Punjabi singer Guru Randhawa was also in attendance during India’s final group fixture against Sri Lanka as he cheered for the Indian side from the stands. In an interview, he revealed that he played a lot of cricket during his childhood but meeting MS Dhoni for the first time still remains his favourite cricket memory.