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IPL opening ceremony Kolkata - Luxurious is an understatement
( 01 Mar, 2013 )

 
 
IPL Opening CeremonyThe IPL 6 opening ceremony 2013 will be held at Eden Gardens, Kolkata and is definitely going to bigger and better for IPL 6. The biggest cricket festival in India is back for the sixth time. Yes, the Indian Premier League is back. The Indian Premier League is an interesting format of cricket where players from all around the world play for different franchises. This time around there will be ten teams that shall be competing against each other (there is also news that two new teams may be added). The news that has excited all cricket fans in India is the inclusion of Ricky Ponting in Mumbai Indians. Watching two greats - Sachin Tendulkar and Ricky Ponting play for one team is one thing that will put a smile on everybody's faces.

The Indian Premier League is a launch pad for youngsters from the cricketing nations of the world to showcase their talent. The tournament will begin on 3rd April 2013 and is scheduled to end on 26th May 2013. Two months of non-stop cricket and entertainment to come your way. The IPL opening ceremony will be held at Eden Gardens this year. The ground is one of the biggest in the country. The opening ceremony is something everybody looks forward to watching. Be it cricketers, actors, celebrities and the people, everybody does not want to miss the action. It is one of the most extravagant ceremonies and will see an array of Bollywood stars as well as International celebrities performing on stage. Last year the opening ceremony was hosted by the gracious Amitabh Bachchan. The IPL opening ceremony is something that is not to be missed and a cricket- frenzy state like West Bengal will not miss it for the world. It is a surety that the tickets are going to sell at the speed of light. After all, it is the most grand ceremony held in India and considering it is being held at Eden Gardens, one would consider it a sin to miss this event.