The Pakistani Super League is back! PSL 2021 is just around the corner and fans are eagerly waiting to see their favorite players in action once more.
The upcoming edition of PSL 2021 is already attracting the attention of cricket fans in Pakistan but also generating excitement globally. The six franchises of the league have picked their sides for this year tournament that promises to be one of the best edition so far.
Similarly, Punjabi singer Naseebo Lal, who has sung the official anthem for PSL 6, is waiting to see her fans at the virtual opening ceremony of the much-awaited marque.
In a video message released by the PSL on their official Twitter account, the veteran singer said she can’t wait to perform at the first-ever PSL’s pre-recorded music program.
“I will meet you at the opening ceremony of the PSL 6,” she said.
— PakistanSuperLeague (@thePSLt20) February 16, 2021
Furthermore, at the opening ceremony of PSL 6 before the first contest between Karachi Kings and Quetta Gladiators on February 20, Atif Aslam, Rapper Imran Khan and Humaima Malik will performers in the opening ceremony which will be live telecasted.
Earlier, singer Meesha Shafi came forth to call out those bashing the official anthem.
Responding to all the negative comments, she took to Instagram to weigh in on the controversy.
“Groove Mera isn’t just a musical win, it’s a win over classism,” she wrote.
“Over post-colonial inferiority complex and a rigid system that favours only a selective few repeatedly,” she remarked, raising the curtains on the nepotistic ways some brands and platforms embrace Pakistani artists,” the singer added.
The official anthem ‘Groove Mera‘, sung by artists Naseebo Lal, Aima Baig and rappers Young Stunners, had triggered the meme fest among netizens and also received flak.