Live performances of legendary Bollywood singers in Dubai set the stage on fire

Bollywood ghazal and playback singers Pankaj Udhas and Shreya Ghoshal, as well as Indian playback singers Amit Kumar and KK, who have gained fame not only in India but all over the world, set the stage on fire again in Dubai during live concerts in separate events as a part of the celebration of Eid Al Fitr.

Bollywood ghazal and playback singers Pankaj Udhas and Shreya Ghoshal, as well as Indian playback singers Amit Kumar and KK, who have gained fame not only in India but all over the world, set the stage on fire again in Dubai during live concerts in separate events as a part of the celebration of Eid Al Fitr.

Legendary singer Pankaj Udhas performed at the Sheikh Rashid Hall, Dubai World Trade Centre, around 8 pm as per UAE time on Friday, May 6.

Advertisement

Pankaj Udhas brought a mixture of his biggest hits from ‘Aur Aahista’ to ‘Chandi Jaisa Rang Hai Tera’ and ‘Chitthi Aayee Hai’.

Bollywood Singer Amit Kumar and Indian playback singer Krishnakumar Kunnath, who is popularly known as KK, also set the stage on fire at Sheikh Rashid Auditorium, The Indian High School, Dubai, on May 6 at 7:30 pm as per UAE time.

Legendary Amit Kumar performed his hit tracks from the 90s like Dushman Na Kare Dost Ne Wo Kaam Kiya Hai, Bole Chudiyan and Yaad Aa Rahi Hai, on the contrary, KK performed his own hits from the late 90s and early 20s such as Dil Ibadat, Kya Mujhe Pyaar Hai and many more hits.

The award-winning singer, music producer and composer Shreya Ghoshal will be performing on Saturday, May 7.

Her live performance will take place at Coca-Cola Arena around 9 pm, as the singer is expected to bring a mix of her all-time favourite hits such as ‘Dola re Dola’, ‘Teri Meri’, ‘Chikni Chameli’, and ‘Param Sundari’.

The tickets for the upcoming event of Shreya Ghosal are out for sale and are available on Platinum List at prices starting from around 150 Dirham.

Advertisement

These live concerts have been set up as part of the celebration of the Eid Al Fitr holidays of three days.

Tariq Saeed

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

Read More

Dubai Police captures 10 smugglers trying to bring 1,056kg of crystal meth in nation

Dubai Police, on Monday, 18 April, said that they had blocked attempts of smugglers to smuggle $18.7 million (Dh68.7 million) worth of crystal methamphetamine into the United Arab Emirates (UAE).

Dubai: Ministry of Health announces 293,964 new examinations in past 24 hours

Ministry of Health announced community protection to increase the scope of examination in the country, which aims at the detection of infections due to COVID19 and isolating those who are in contact with the infected person.

94 vehicles catch fire since the start of 2022 in Dubai

The Dubai Police has recorded around 94 vehicle fires since the start of 2022 as authorities issued a warning against the increase in car fires due to the advent of the summer season.

Recent

Social Media Erupts as Salt Bae’s $108,500 Dubai Feast Sparks Outrage

The detailed invoice from Nusr-Et Steakhouse outlined a lavish culinary experience, featuring a myriad of dishes ranging from beef carpaccio to golden steak, accompanied by French fries, golden baklava, a fruit platter, and Turkish coffee

Dubai CommerCity collabs with Dubai Culture to boost city’s creative sector

Dubai Culture and E-commerce free zone Dubai CommerCity has partnered up to encourage the growth of the creative sector of Dubai and strengthen the city's attractiveness as a worldwide hub for the creative economy.

Dubai: School, law firm to accept cryptocurrency as mode of payment

A Dubai based law firm has revealed that they now accept payments in the form of cryptocurrency from its clients. Ashish Mehta and Associates, Solicitors and Legal Consultants, have initiated taking nascent steps in the digital asset universe from this month onwards.
admin