Crooning without barriers

Crooning without barriers

Pop Treat

Crooning without barriers

 A section of the audience.

The three-band members comprising Farhan Saeed (the vocalist), Goher Mumtaz (lead guitarist) and Aamir Sheraz (bass guitarist and backing vocalist) enthralled the audience for nearly two hours. The vast ground was jam-packed with enthusiastic and energetic youngsters who were eagerly waiting for the live performance. The crowd cheered the band members and sang along with them. The band members crooned most of the songs from their albums Sajni, Adat and Boondh, apart from some Bollywood hits.

Main Teri Aankhoon Mein Rehta Hoon... from the album Sajni made the crowd go crazy for a while. Najane Kab Se... and Teri Yaad Aaye Jab Mujh Ko... from their debut album Adat mesmerised the audience. A few singles from the same album, Bikhra Hoon Main, Ik Din Ayega and Dil Haarey were also presented with great gusto.

The band, which has successfully fused Urdu vocals with modern pop, performed a few songs from the album Boondh, Yaad Hai Woh, Mahiya Lele Dard and others.

Bollywood hits like Woh Lamhe from Zeher and Juda Hoke Bhi from Kaliyug made the crowd  dance to their tunes. A popular retro song Yeh Dosti Hum Nahi Chodenge... also got a huge response.

Meanwhile, the young bunch of volunteers added more colours to the musical evening by bursting colourful crackers. A section of girls was seen screaming ‘I Love You Farhan’.
Farhan Saeed, the lead vocalist, expressed his immense gratitude and called Bangalore a lovely City.

He informed that the band would be releasing its latest album in September and sang a song from the new composition too.

Swetha, a student, seemed to be all charged up after watching the live show. “I never thought of witnessing a band performance at such a close distance. I, along with my big bunch of friends, enjoyed the show to the fullest and it was a big treat for rock and pop lovers,” she exclaimed.

The band members concluded the show by saying ‘India Zindabad Pakistan