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Press Release |  27 Mar 2017 16:25 |  By RnMTeam

Day 2 of Bollywood Music Festival saw footfall of over 20,000 Delhiites

NEW DELHI: After a glamorous opening on Day 1, music lovers swarmed to Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium Grounds, New Delhi for Day 2 of Bhutani Group presents Hungama Bollywood Music Project. It saw footfall of over 20,000 people. Touted as Asia’s largest Bollywood Music Festival, Bollywood Music Project, organized by Event Capital (a Laqshya Media Group Company) and TM Talent Management was held at Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium Grounds on 25 and 26 March.

Comprising over 60 iconic artistes and supported by over 200 musicians on three stages. The festival displayed an array of music genres such as contem­­porary, folk, Punjabi, rap, sufi, pop and hip hop.

The much-awaited performances of the day were by Badshah who made the audience dance on his famous party numbers like ‘Wakhra Swag’, ‘DJ wale Babu’ and many more. The audience could hold back their enthusiasm as they danced non-stop as these two artistes sung popular songs one after the other for an hour each. The venue was literally set on fire by the performances of singers such as Mame Khan, Zublee Baruah, Arko, Sukriti Kakar and Prakriti Kakar, Divya Kumar and Shefali Alvares, Sunny M.R, Naksh Aziz, Shalmali Kholgade.

The show stopper of the two day music festival was a performance by Amit Trivedi who sung his famous songs like ‘Iktara’, ‘Manjha’ and he also fused some songs with Rajasthani folk singer Mame Khan. The surprise element for the music goers was the guest appearance on Day 2 of Vishal Dadlani, who sang the famous ‘Gulabbo’ song.

One of the stages was bewitched by some of the young singers of the music industry like Shashi Suman, Bhoomi Trivedi, Swaroop Khan, Mohammed Irfan, Akshay Hariharan, Asees Kaur, Kanika Kapoor, Sajid Wajid etc. Jassie Gill, Babbal Rai and Harddy Sandhu mashed up songs like ‘Delhi Wali Girlfriend’ and classic song like ‘Aaj Jaane Ki Ziddh Na Karo’. Divya Kumar made the audience groove on ‘Havan Karenge’ and Shefali Alvares sung ‘Ishaaqzaade’.

Audience not only enjoyed the seasoned artistes but also encouraged upcoming artistes by swooning to the songs sung by these artistes. Some of the upcoming artistes who managed good turnover of audience were Lagori, Vipin Aneja, Meenal Jain, Bhaven Dhanak, Rakesh Maini and Sumedha Karmahe, Astitva, Maadhyam. Reality show winner Darshan Raval won hearts by singing classic ‘Kya Hua Tera Vada’ and ‘Humma Humma’.

The day witnessed artistes leaving audience mesmerized by popular songs. Audience enjoyed when Mame Khan sung ‘Padharo Mhare Des’, Jassie Gill witnessed people dancing to the song ‘Baapu tera Laden toh nahi’. People switched stages to make sure that they enjoy the variety of songs being doled out by artistes seasoned and upcoming. The festival ended on a high note, leaving a special memory in hearts of millions of Delhiites.

On this occasion Event Capital CEO, Swaroop Banerjee, said “Bollywood Music project has firmly established its mark in Delhi after laying its foundation earlier in Mumbai, with two successful editions of the festival in its debut year itself under over belt, we are going strong and intend to continue the magic over the coming years.”

Tarsame Mittal, who is the Founder of TM Talent Management added, “BMP Delhi has been crazy. A big thank you to all the artistes, sponsors, team, members, partners, and everybody in Delhi.”