IPL 2018: Hrithik Roshan To Replace Ranveer Singh For Opening Ceremony

IPL 2018: Hrithik Roshan To Replace Ranveer Singh For Opening Ceremony

IPL 2018 Opening Ceremony: BCCI looks forward to Hrithik Roshan replacing an injured Ranveer Singh for the grand opener at the Wankhede Stadium.

Hrithik Roshan BCCI’s Go-To Man After Ranveer Singh Pulls Out of IPL 2018 Opening Ceremony!

Ranveer Singh, the magnanimous personality of Bollywood was all gearing up for the opening ceremony of IPL 2018. But unfortunately, an injury has plagued the phenomenal actor and he is most likely to miss the extravaganza. Who does BCCI look up to now? With Ranveer Singh pulling out of the main event the B.C.C.I. (Board of Control for Cricket in India) is looking at superstar Hrithik Roshan. Especially to agree to woo the audience in the power-packed opening at the Wankhede Stadium.  Ahead of the opening game between defending champions Mumbai Indians and Chennai Super Kings on April 7.
According to a B.C.C.I. Official Hrithik Roshan is surely an intense performer. While the actor is yet to give the go-ahead, things should fall into place in a day or two.
In a candid statement, the official expresses:
“The BCCI is looking at Hrithik to woo the audience in what should be a stellar show. Having a performer like him will only raise the bar further. The official announcement should be done in a few days once the deal is signed. It is sad that Ranveer suffered an injury but we wish him a speedy recovery”.
The IPL opening ceremony is the signature of the most spectacular extravaganzas where cricket meets entertainment. Considering the state of affairs, it will be no different this year either as the likes of Varun Dhawan, Jacqueline Fernandez, and Parineeti Chopra will up the ante and x-factor. The fans will get a good dose of dopamine as the stars will enthrall them with their performance. The 45-minute show will unfold as planned at the Wankhede Stadium.
We hope to see the Greek God, Hrithik Roshan to set the stage ablaze during the Opening ceremony of IPL 2018.