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Party time with Honey Singh

October 2, 2012, DHNS:

Delhiites grooved to popular numbers with the rapper

Kingdom of Dreams (KOD) kick started their second anniversary celebrations with Yo Yo Honey Singh’s exclusive Live Concert. The power packed performance by the international rap sensation had the crowd grooving to the beats of his super hit numbers.

Adding the extra punch to this fun-filled evening were DJ Virus and master illusionist Tejas who kept the audience spell bound with their foot-thumping numbers and electrifying performances. It was the perfect blend of hip-hop music, bewitching magic tricks with fabulous food and beverages.

Honey Singh, along with Mafia Mundeer set the stage on fire with his mind-blowing songs. The thrilled audience went wild over popular tracks like Brown Girl, Angrezi Beat, Main Sharaabi etc. It was an euphoric performance by the Punjabi sensation at the City’s largest entertainment venue.

Expressing his excitement on the two year anniversary celebrations, Viraf Sarkari, Director, Wizcraft International Entertainment said, “It feels great to have completed two incredible years. KOD has redefined the experience of live entertainment and has established itself as a dream destination offering an exquisite lifestyle experience. The celebrations have begun and we look forward to many more exciting events for family entertainment.”

Honey Singh, who has become a rage among the youth fully lived upto the expectations of the audience and gave a rocking performance. His songs which have seen a new height in the history of music industry has even been ropped in by leading filmmakers of Bollywood to sing for A-listers. His songs truly reflect India, Indian girls and his love for Punjab.

Honey Singh is now one of the highest paid singers in Bollywood and has sung for films Cocktail and unreleased Mastaan, starring Naseeruddin Shah and his younger son, Vivaan.

Adding to the celebration was Rajesh Suri of Crossbow, said, “This is the first time I saw people throwing currency on any performer. It was an amazing event and people thoroughly enjoyed it.”

KOD has reached new heights with the perfect amalgamation of performances and modern techniques keeping in mind the India sensibilities. The concert saw a footfall of thousands who came to witness the popular rapper at his best yet.


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