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IPL 8: Rain may spoil opening ceremony

 Rain may spoil IPL 2015 opening ceremony
IPL 2015 opening ceremony which is scheduled to be held on April 7 at Salt Lake Stadium, Kolkata may get interference in the form of rain and Thunderstorms. Rain may play spoilsport in the opening ceremony of this cash rich mega event. According to MET department there is a strong possibility of rain tomorrow. Regional meteorological director G Debnath said that there is strong possibility of rain with thunderstorm in and around Salt Lake Stadium, but we have to wait and see hoe far it will effect the Salt Lake Stadium. Organizers are planning for grand opening with a good show of laser and lights as in every edition. Bollywood stars Anuksha Sharma, Hrithik Roshan, Farhan Akhtar are set to perform with their dance while Saif Ali Khan will host the program and music director Pritam giving the music in the stadium. All the captain of 8 teams will also attend this ceremony. KKR will meet Mumbai Indians in first match of IPL 8.

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