Sunidhi gives a blazing performancePunny Kabir
Sensation singer Sunidhi Chouhan made the Dhaka audience throughout her live solo concert on Friday at the Sher-E-Bangla Army Stadium. The Indian singing diva appeared onstage singing the massive hit Bollywood playback Crazy kiya re in a black shiny dress.
Soon after, she belted out one after another hit playbacks during her third trip to Dhaka. Appreciating thee enthusiasm of the ‘crazy’ audience Sunidhi said, ‘I’m having a blast.’ And the audience at the show surely had the same feelings as the powerful vocalist blazed the open air concert with sizzling numbers and left the crowds gasping for more.
Just before starting another popular track Paheli bar mohabbat ki hain, Sunidhi, who is also very popular to the local audience, requested them to sing along with her. This request triggered the spirit of the fans to sing a beautiful love song with their favoirite singer.
The viewers continued to show their satisfactions clapping and dancing as Sunidhi delivered a galore of her popular ‘item songs’ such as Halkat jawani, Mind blowing mahiya, Loot gaya, Sikh le, Desi girls, the remix of once popular playback Aap ka kiya hoga styled as (Ap ka Dhanno).
But, the versatile singer also moved the audience presenting some melodies with her touching vocals such as Ishq sufiyana, Bin tere and Kisi ko sapna lage tu.
She again changed the mood of the evening and rocked the jam packed audience by presenting Aaa jara karib se.
The show saw a different dimension while Sunidhi presented a couple of duet songs with Indian Idol star Rakesh, who also presented some popular songs such as Tum mile, Sajda, Subha hone na de and Desi boys. Their duet made the crowd groove with the songs Huya chhokra jawan re and Disco deewane.
However, the enthusiasm of the audience was phenomenal while the Bollywood mega star began to sing the smashing hit Sheila ki jawani. Besides presenting her original songs, she also presented a medley of some old hit Hindi playbacks in the show to be remembered.
Nokia organised the event for its subscribers.
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