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Kings of Punjabi pop music make Delhi-NCR fans sway

Diljit Dosanjh, Raftaar, Guru Randhawa, Sukh E, Indeep Bakshi and Fazilpuria gathered here for an evening of fast-paced and high-energy Punjabi music.

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Diljit Dosanjh, Raftaar, Guru Randhawa, Sukh E, Indeep Bakshi and Fazilpuria gathered here for an evening of fast-paced and high-energy Punjabi music at the Red Live SWAG Fest 2016 in Gurgaon.

Held at Ambience Island here on Saturday, the evening — hosted by FM network 93.5 Red FM under its live entertainment division Red Live — celebrated the growing affinity towards Punjabi music and struck a chord with music lovers here.

Diljit Dosanjh sang his popular tracks “Ki banu duniya da” and “Proper patola”, said: “The love and spirit of people here is unmatched. I love performing live as it gives me a chance to connect with the audience who have made me what I am today.”

Raftaar, who always finds it “special” to perform in Delhi-NCR, said: “This is where I started my musical journey. It reminds me of where I was and how far I have come and, how far I need to go still.”

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For Sukh E, the crowd in Delhi-NCR, has got the “ultimate swag”.

“They energy is amazing. It is a proud moment to watch the crowd sing along and enjoy my tracks,” he added.

The turnout at the event, despite a bout of rain, left the organisers impressed.

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Nisha Narayannan, COO, 93.5 Red FM said: “The spirit of the crowd was not deterred despite the sudden rain. With Swag Fest being a success, we can see the growing trend and liking from people towards theme based shows.”

First published on: 14-03-2016 at 11:22:38 am
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