Hyperloop is a new transportation medium allowing trains to achieve speeds equivalent to commercial aircraft, by enclosing the train in a low-pressure tube. This provides a safe, fast and low-cost way of travelling to connect major cities in the future. It is also considered as one of the smart city improvements as it reduces congestion and has a lower carbon footprint as compared to the existing transport mediums. Hyperloop is now on a trial stage and it will be examined for travel time, volume, land implications, demand of dierent energy levels, expenses, safety and nally considering the comfort of the passenger. In this paper, we would consider the provision of mobile broadband communication for the passengers and the challenges faced for the same in the hyperloop environ ment. Here, we discuss the requirement of 5G cellular technology and how it is capable to overcome the present challenges with the reliance on Network Slicing. We also propose a new architecture to highlight the optimal placement of 5G radio nodes and other components for the deployment in the hyperloop setup. Finally, we outline the potential requirements and the evaluation of parameters related to the hyperloop scenario and exhibit for the wider implications of the society.