How Kabir Khan and team ’83 celebrated 40 years of victory at the 1983 Cricket World Cup in India; PICS

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On this day it is 40 years ago that team India won the World Cup trophy. The iconic win was seen by many and is still fresh in the mind. Years later, director Kabir Khan decided to recreate the big win through his film ’83 starring Ranveer Singh, Tahir Raj Bhasin, Saqib Saleem, Pankaj Tripathi, Harrdy Sandhu, Jatin Sarna, Ammy Virk and others. Today, on this special day, Kabir and other team members took to social media to congratulate the true heroes on the 40th anniversary of the World Cup.

Kabir Khan and team ’83 share special messages

Kabir demonstrated India’s victory under Kapil Dev’s captaincy as they played West Indies in the final. Kabir took to Instagram and shared a black and white photo of the Indian cricket team. Along with the photo, he wrote, “I proudly salute this team on the 40th anniversary of their historic win #83.”

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Tahir Raj Bhasin shared a long note on his handle along with the photos with real and real heroes. He wrote about how they created the same magic on the sets and it will be etched in his memory forever. Part of his note read: “Even after 40 years, this Indian Cricket World Cup victory remains an inspiration and I thank each and every one of you for your unparalleled contribution. India’s resounding success in tournaments after 1983 is a testament to Clive Lloyd’s prophetic words after the last game in 1983 – Indian cricket has arrived and it’s here to stay!”

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Saqib took to his Instagram story and wrote, “40 years and counting. Happy birthday to the team that changed the course of this country.”

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Meanwhile, Ranveer and the whole team got huge love and praise after the movie came out in 2021. Deepika Padukone also played a special role in the film.

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