Aima Baig, Ali Zafar collaborated on PSL 9 anthem ‘Khul Ke Khel’

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In preparation for the Pakistan Super League (PSL 9), the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) released the official anthem “Khul Ke Khel” on Wednesday, which is the official theme for the ninth season.

It is a song written, produced, and composed by Ali Zafar and stars Pakistani heartthrob Aima Baig accompanied by a video included snippets from various snippets from the previous six franchises. The video also features various snippets from the previous six franchises.

Lahore Qalandars, the current champions and two-time champions of the Pakistan Super League, will be taking on Islamabad United, winners of the 2016 and 2018 seasons of the PSL, during the ninth season of the competition, which will be held at Lahore’s Gaddafi Stadium from February 17 to 19.

At the end of the tournament, the winner will be determined by a final which will be held at the National Bank Stadium in Karachi on March 18 following matches in four cities: Karachi, Lahore, Multan, and Rawalpindi. In total, 34 games will be played during the tournament, which features six teams.

The competition will take place in Karachi over the course of 11 matches, including the Qualifier match, the two elimination matches, and the final match. In Rawalpindi, there will be nine matches to be played at the Pindi Cricket Stadium and the Gaddafi Stadium in Lahore. As part of the festival, five matches will be played in Multan, which is known as the city of saints.

In order to provide their guests with an experience of a lifetime, the mega event has made available a number of packages, with VIP tickets priced at Rs6,000, Premium tickets at Rs3,000, First class tickets at Rs2,000, and general tickets at Rs1,000.

There were also tickets set at Rs8,000 for the VIP event, Rs4,000 for the Premium event and Rs2,500 for the First Class event at the National Bank Stadium in Karachi, respectively, for the final that will be played on March 18 at the National Bank Stadium in Karachi.

There will be a price difference of Rs2,500 (VIP), Rs5,000 (Premium), Rs1,500 (First class), and Rs750 (General) for the qualifying matches, while the same for the eliminators. This is because the tickets are issued at a price difference of Rs5,000 (VIP), Rs3,000 (Premium), Rs1,500 (First class), and Rs750 (General).

Timenews provided that news.

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