ઈ Hell No ઈ
And to be honest I'm not sure I want it to either.
It will never surpass sports such as football/soccer in popularity (not unless football/soccer are suddenly banned or it implodes of course) anyway. Football/soccer is the most popular sport in the world with such a massive following, is cheap to organise and play and anyone can play it. One of the problems with cricket is that it's not accessible enough, the rules are complicated and people are too lazy to invest time in it.
We live in a society where people want instant gratification and cricket doesn't always provide that (unless it's T20) whereas a sport like football/soccer does. It's one of the reasons why cricket hasn't been taken up in America on a large scale. And, Kookee is right, for it become a major worldwide sport (never mind the most famous) then it needs to be embraced more by America.
America is where the money is and sport is king out there. If they were to ever embrace the sport properly then then cricket's popularity would hit the stratosphere. There would be millions of fans, millions in revenue and the game would spread to other countries in that part of the world.
However, as I said at the beginning, I'm not sure I want it to become the most famous sport and I certainly don't want it to be embraced by America either. I fear that if it were ever to become that famous then people would want to change the format too much. Test cricket would certainly become obsolete, especially if cricket went to America (they wouldn't want to devote 5 days to a game, they'd want it to last a few hours like baseball and Twenty20 does). Cricket would be nothing like we know it now and that would be tragic.