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My heart beats for Indian Hockey: Shahrukh Khan

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Saying that his heart beats for the sport, Bollywood icon Shahrukh Khan on Tuesday extended his support team India and announced that he will attend the opening ceremony of the Hockey World Cup on 27th November in Bhubaneswar.
 
Cheering the Men in Blue to get the cup back home, Shahrukh Khan in his tweet also urged everyone to get behind Team India and support the game. 
 
With "King" Khan firmly behind the team, it is certain that the sport will attract a larger fan base that steps forward to see the battle of the finest hockey talent as India play the rest of the world at Bhubaneswar come end November.
 
“Hockey is the song of my heart. It is that time of my youth that is forever etched in my consciousness. I follow the game and watching the game, even now, gets my pulse racing. India is hosting the Hockey World Cup in November at Bhubaneswar, and I am honoured to be a part of hockey at the highest level."
 
"We have a young and promising team and they have my unconditional support. They are my heroes and I pledge my heartbeat for India, for the Indian team and for hockey," he added
 
“My heart beats for hockey, and I will be at the Odisha Hockey Men’s World Cup Bhubaneswar 2018. Are you game?”
 
 "I wish our team the best. Hockey is the pride of India. We will cheer Chak De India! Thank you for thinking of me. #HeartBeatsForHockey."
 
Odisha Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik said Shah Rukh's support for hockey will not only motivate the team, but it will also catalyse the nation to join this movement for hockey. "I thank him for the same."
 
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