It’s time for IPL Guys. 90% people have already rescheduled their work to watch the IPL matches. More fightings on TV remote for next one month ;). IPL Tournament 2018 will be starting from 7th April 2018. The openers for this tournaments are Mumbai Indians and Chennai Super Kings. We know you are excited about the matches but we also know you guys are equally excited for the Grand opening ceremony of IPL 2018. The opening ceremony of the tournament will take place at Wankhede Stadium on 7th April 2018. Due to some logistics issues only two captains, MS Dhoni and Rohit Sharma will be attending the opening ceremony of IPL 2018.
Two Bollywood stars Hrithik Roshan and Varun Dhawan will be performing at the opening ceremony. There was news about Ranveer Singh and Parineeti Chopra performing on the opening ceremony of IPL 2018, but Ranveer backed out because of a shoulder injury and as per reports Parineeti is busy with her work commitments.
IPL will be starting from today onwards. It will be started with a Grand opening on 7th April 2018. Two actors Hrithik Roshan and Varun Dhawan will be performing at the Grand opening of IPL 2018.
The venue for the opening ceremony of IPL 2018 will be Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai. All the matches of Mumbai Indian will also be played in this stadium only.
The opening ceremony of IPL 2018 will start at 6:15 PM IST on April 7th, 2018. However, the coverage for IPL 2018 will start at 5:00 IST PM on all the channels which are broadcasting IPL this year.
Which channels will broadcast the opening ceremony of IPL 2018?
The official broadcasters who are responsible for broadcasting the opening ceremony of IPL 2018 are Star Sports 1 Hindi and Star Sports 1 Hindi HD. Other than these, the opening ceremony will be broadcasted on other channels like Star Sports 1, Star Sports 1 HD, Star Sports Select 1 and Star Sports Select 1 HD.
Online Live Streaming of IPL 2018
You can easily catch Opening Ceremony live streaming of IPL 2018 on Hotstar and Jio.
Grab the remote at around 5:30 PM and watch the grand opening ceremony of IPL 2018. We will soon update you with a proper schedule of IPL matches. Now it’s time to be excited…It’s IPL (Indian Premier League).