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‘Surile sawal aur sunhare jawab’ leaves all spellbound

Nagpur: Even when town is shivering with all-time low temperatures, Thursday evening saw track connoisseurs bee-lining in opposition to Scientific Society Hall in Laxmi Nagar to enjoy the heat of yesteryear’s songs offered in Nishad Music Academy’s ‘Surile Sawaal aur Sunhare Jawab’, a uniquely conceptualized track gala where super hit songs in question-answer format had been carried out.
The live performance used to be organized by Sanjay Gade and Anup Huddar and compered by Shweta Shelgaonkar.

Evening kicked off on romantic tunes of ‘Teri aankhon ke siwa duniye mein’ and persevered on with songs like ‘Tune o rangeele kaisa jaadu kiya’, ‘Ye kya hua, kaise hua’, ‘Sochenge tumhein pyar’ and ‘Kya dekhte ho’. The singers offered a display to the most productive of their amateur features and controlled to drag off a complete space of target audience.

‘Akele akele kahan ja rahe ho’ by singer Ritesh Kulsange looked to be the listener’s favorite for the evening and garnered thunderous calls for an encore. A choir sang ‘Pyar humein kis mod pe le aya’ and recreated the long-lasting confusion of this tune initially starring Amitabh Bachchan. ‘Bheegi bheegi raaton mein’, ‘Pucho na yaar kya hua’, ‘Yun hi tum mujhse pyar karti ho’ and ‘Ye kahan aa gaye hum’ had been other songs that left a mark.

As a welcome damage and a nice wonder, comic Amol Aidlabadkar offered a comic gig and left the target audience in splits. He also sang two songs ‘Chhoo kar mere mann ko’ and ‘Kajra mohobbat wala’ as a part of his act and used to be appreciably excellent.

Singers for the evening had been Anup Huddar, Shraddha Joshi, Parijat Kalikar, Dhananjay Gade, Niketa Joshi and Ritesh Kulsange, whilst Manoj Vishwakarma, Ajit Bhalerao, Kamlesh Sonawne, Mahendra Watulkar and Sameer Sirsikar performed the tools. Shraddha Joshi stood out in all her performances as a singer and used to be widely liked by the target audience. The texture of her voice and notes had been in highest cohesion with the temper.

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