The peppy numbers performed by singers Shefali Alvarez and Divya Kumar at the ‘Live in Concert’, held at the Phoenix Marketcity, saw the crowd shaking a leg with the artistes and enjoying themselves with friends and family.
The musical evening saw the singers perform some of their most popular numbers like Hawan Karenge, ‘Party On My Mind’, Badtameez Dil and Ek Main Aur Ekk Tu. What set the concert apart was the chord that the singers struck with the audience. They interacted with them from time to time and also urged them to dance and sing along. The full house was proof that everyone loved the show.
Shefali’s strong voice and Divya Kumar’s high-pitched voice provided ample variety. The singers were greeted by music lovers with a loud cheer and also sang some of the songs requested by them later.
“I love performing in Bangalore and performing live is my forte. It is a different experience altogether and I live to perform on stage,” she said.
While some people attending the show came with their families, others came with friends. Karan Gill, who was there at the concert with family, said he enjoyed the energy of the show. “It was a great concert. I love Shefali’s voice. It’s youthful, energetic and has a great variation. I feel she can sing all kinds of songs. The crowd here is amazing and since everyone is in the party mood, the audience wants to enjoy and make the most,” he said.
Singer Divya Kumar, who has sung popular songs like Hawan Karenge from Bhaag Milkha Bhaag and Shubharambh from Kai Po Che, did not fail to impress the audience with his strong voice. His song Hawan Karenge was the most popular among the audience and he also sang along with Shefali for the show.
Nethra K, who was there with friends, said she was shaking a leg at a concert after a long time.
“It was such a power-packed performance. I enjoyed every bit of it and some of the fast beats and party numbers sung by the singers really set the mood for the evening. It has been a while since I danced at any concert. I decided to dance here thanks to the ambience,” she said.