“Mera India, Play Bold”, An encouragement for the Indian athletes, Royal Challenge Sports Drink has taken an initiative by launching a super video featured on and narrated with soulful voice of Virat Kohli “Mera India Play Bold”. This 2 minutes and 30 seconds video has a lot of encouragement for the Indian athletes across fields. This Video shows the true love & passion of Indian fans towards all games.
This Video motivates all Indian athletes and athletes who give it all for their nation and fight with all their zeal. Their grit, dedication, strength and skill are all for the pride of the nation. It is a fantastic video which encourages all young Indians to take an intrepid step towards their dreams. This anthem is a salute to the Indian team and all Indian athletes who make India proud in every championship. This video song is themed around the courageous and steady spirit of the youth of India who are known to step out of their comfort zone and make determined steps in various interest of life. The video captures the spirit of the Indian team and the 1.2 billion fans’ love for sports in every field.
#Playbold anthem is beautifully described by lyricist Sonal Dabral and fantastically featured on Virat Kohli. The words are magical and truly inspirational.
“Jis desh ki ragon mein khoon se zyada cricket daudta hai
Wahan kuch ansune ankahe irrade bhi daudte hain, khamoshi se.
Ansune anjaane par kisi se kum nahin”
These lines motivate us young Indians to recognise all the known and unheard heroes of India who strive for success against all odds in a country that primarily worships her respective sport. Everybody should respect and admire their hard work.
The video shows all sports have equal significance and requires same hard work, passion and sportsmanship. It’s not a race for fame.
These lines are an inspiration to all athletes to play bold and fearless towards their goals. The Indian youth is more than capable of coming out of their comfort zones and achieve the extraordinary. Moreover, it is a beautiful video which touches one’s heart, soul and mind…
Prabhupada Painting at ISKCON Temple Vrindavan