'Korbo Lorbo Jeetbo' say Bangla rock bands rooting for KKR

Kolkata, March 31 : 'Korbo Lorbo Jeetbo' go the Bangla rock bands in staunch support of defending champions Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) as the knights clash with Delhi Daredevils in the first match of the Indian Premier League (IPL) season 6, beginning here April 3.

Though busy with their next album, Cactus, one of the first Bangla rock bands, plan to go to the KKR matches despite their hectic schedule.

"We support KKR through and through. We are very busy with our album but we will take time out for some of the KKR matches," Sibaji "Baji" Paul, Cactus's drummer told IANS.

"We are ardent fans of KKR and we will cheer for them along with the audience," he said.

Known for their 'urban folk' beats, Bangla band Bhoomi's bass guitarist Abhijit Ghosh wishes his favourite knights pull off manage another win.

"No doubt KKR is my favourite. They won last year and I wish them all the best. The opening match is very significant."

I will try to make it for some of the matches and cheer for them. It is 'Korbo Lorbo Jeetbo Re' (KKR's theme song, which translated into English, reads "We will do it, we will fight it out, we will win it") for us," Ghosh told IANS.

Renowned percussionist Bickram Ghosh said: "I will try to make it to the opening ceremony."

With nine teams and over 70 matches, IPL-6 will be officially inaugurated April 2 at a glittering ceremony at the Salt Lake Stadium here followed by the first match of the league between defending champions Kolkata Knight Riders and Delhi Daredevils April 3 at the historic Eden Gardens.

--IANS (Posted on 31-03-2013)

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