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Watch Tokyo Olympics theme song for India sung by Mohit Chauhan

The Tokyo Olympics is nearly set and would get underway from July 23, while more than 120 Indian athletes are expected to participate in the global event. Meanwhile, the theme song for the Indian contingent has been released, sung by Mohit Chauhan.

Watch Tokyo Olympics theme song for India sung by Mohit Chauhan-ayh
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New Delhi, First Published Jul 9, 2021, 4:41 PM IST
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The date for the Tokyo Olympics is drawing closer with each passing day. Consequently, the preparation levels for the participating Indian athletes are also increasing similarly.

The Games get underway from July 23 and is set to run until August 8. Meanwhile, over 120 Indian athletes would be taking part in the global event, with some considered prospects for medals, as it is also being deemed that this could be India's best-ever performance at the Games.

While the athletes are training hard for a medal-winning performance, they would also need something to cheer them up. On the same note, the theme song for the entire Tokyo-bound delegation is out now.

Former Sports Minister Kiren Rijiju released the entire song on his social media handles. Playback Bollywood singer Mohit Chauhan has sung the song.

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"This is the full Official Olympic Anthem for the Indian contingent sung by @mohitchauhanofficial, which encompasses the spirit of an athlete's life. As our contingent is in the final stage of preparation for #Tokyo2020, let's unite & support them to do their best!" he wrote on his social media handles.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

A post shared by Kiren Rijiju (@kiren.rijiju)

In the meantime, the Indian delegation is to begin flying out to Tokyo from July 16, while all the athletes would be leaving by July 17. Also, before departure, the entire contingent would be virtually addressed by the Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi on July 13.

Meanwhile, Rijiju's term as the Sports Minister ended this week while he was promoted to Law and Order. In contrast, the helm of sports would now be headed by former Board of Control for Cricket in India president, Anurag Thakur.

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