VIPs at the Finals
Here are some of Bollywood's A-listers who have apparently booked themselves a spot at the Wankhede stadium.
Rahul Gandhi, who was cheering for Team India with mother Sonia Gandhi at the Indo-Pak semis, will be accompanied by sister Priyanka Vadra at the finals in Mumbai.
President Pratibha Patil, who would be watching today's World Cup final between India and Sri Lanka at the Wankhede Stadium, arrived in the city last evening.
Senior BJP Leader Lal Krishna Advani will also be attending the finals.
Badshah of Bollywood Shah Rukh Khan will be attending the World Cup Finals with his family.
Aamir Khan will be seen cheering for the Boys in Blue just as hard as he did at Mohali. Superstitious that he is, Mr Perfectionist will leave no stone unturned on his part to ensure nothing goes wrong. He's wearing the same Tee, same pants, same shoes and so on!
Some reports say that Salman Khan will stay at home to watch the final at television while others confirm his presence at the Wankhede stadium.
Shilpa Shetty too has planned to watch the match live.
Deepika Padukone will root for team India at the Wankhede stadium.
And when Deepika is at the Wankhede stadium, how can Siddharth Mallya be sitting at home and watching tv. According to reports, he is going to join her.
Lara Dutta, the new bride is willing to miss hubby Tennis Ace Mahesh Bhupati's match in Miami to cheer for her beloved country in the stadium. Joining her will be her friends! That's what we call true love.
Preity Zinta and Nita Ambani who cheered for India in Mohali, are expected to attend the final.
Saif Ali Khan will catch the action live at the Wankhede stadium with his son Ibrahim.
Minissha Lamba will cheer for India with her gang of girls and guys.
Tusshar Kapoor is all geared up to create Shor In The 'Stadium'.
Anil Kapoor will cheer our Boys in Blue at the Wankhede stadium.
Never one to miss a cricket match, Sunil Shetty will do a repeat of the semis, this time at the Wankhede stadium.
From Mohali to Wankhede stadium, Dino Morea will be seen cheering till his throat is hoarse once again.