HumHongeKamYab - a song that turned from gospel music to a protest song. The song has been used in Sony Pictures Network Sports’ Summer Olympics anthem released today (July 31) and Twitterati has gone crazy over the video
Despite the fact that almost a year is still left for Tokyo Olympics 2020 to begin, Twitterati have started wishing the athletes on the micro-blogging site.
There is a large number of tweets pouring in from Indians from across the country stating how everyone in the country should stand together and support the athletes. Hum Honge Kamyab is the new anthem and it means 'we will be successful’.
It all began after Sony Pictures Network Sports took to Twitter to share the Olympics2020 anthem, which has the song Hum Honge Kamyaab in the video. The Twitter post said, “If there were ever a time to let the world know that there are no limits to what we can achieve together, IT IS NOW! Watch this anthem and spread the message. Hindustan dekh raha hai ek hi khwab, #HumHongeKamyab#TokyoOlympics2020 #IndiaForIndia #SonyPicturesSportsNetwork.”
If there were ever a time to let the world know that there are no limits to what we can achieve together, IT IS NOW!— SPN- Sports (@SPNSportsIndia) July 31, 2019
Watch this anthem and spread the message “Hindustan dekh raha hai ek hi khwab, #HumHongeKamyab”#TokyoOlympics2020 #IndiaForIndia #SonyPicturesSportsNetwork pic.twitter.com/lrOitUuSl2
While a few users have tweeted using the national flag’s image, others have either tagged or used the picture of an athlete they adore. A Twitter user said, “Superb indeed 😃@spnsportsindia #HumHongeKamyab.”
Another Twitter user said, “The athletes are doing their part and I believe now it's our duty to give them full-fledged support. With you, Team India. @SkySportsNews #HumHongeKamyab.”
Summer Olympics 2020 is scheduled to begin on July 24 next year and is to end on August 9. It is to be held in Tokyo.
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Last Updated 31, Jul 2019, 7:38 PM