First visuals of India’s Victory Parade’s open top bus revealed, MCA announces free entry for fans into Wankhede

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The streets of Mumbai will be reverberated with joy as India’s cricket team returned home after their historic T20 World Cup win. On July 4th, the nation unites to celebrate their triumph, and the festivities continues with an open bus victory parade.

The first look of India’s open rooftop bus is out, adorned in hues of blue. A massive poster of India lifting the T20 World Cup trophy graces the bus. The front proudly displays the words “Champions 2024.” This bus will take the Indian team for a ride during the victory parade.

All you need to know about Team India’s Victory Parade

Fans can expect an electrifying atmosphere as they line the streets to cheer for their heroes. The Maharashtra Cricket Association has announced free entry for fans at the iconic Wankhede Stadium. Gates 2, 3, and 4 will open at 4:00 PM sharp, allowing fans to join the celebrations. It’s a chance to relive the magic of India’s 2007 victory parade and create new memories.

The victory procession will kick off from Nariman Point, winding its way through Mumbai. The open bus will then make its way to the Wankhede Stadium, where fans can witness their cricketing heroes up close. The parade is scheduled between 5:00 PM and 7:00 PM.

India’s captain, Rohit Sharma, along with BCCI secretary Jay Shah, urged fans to be part of this historic celebration. The Gold medal-wearing champions are ready for their victory lap, and the city awaits their arrival.

As the open bus weaves through Mumbai’s streets, it carries not just a cricket team but the hopes and dreams of a cricket-crazy nation. Let the cheers echo, the flags wave, and the memories linger—India’s triumph is etched in history.

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