Bollywood singing sensational Shreya Ghoshal,On her third tour to New Zealand, After a successful show in Wellington on August 12, she entertained Aucklanders with her charm and great stage presence. Accompanied by HrishikeshRanade, the queen of melodies took the crowd’s energy a notch higher with her opening number—Moherang do laal—from the latest blockbuster BajiraoMastani. She went on to sing her other popular hits such as Saans, Agar tum mil jao andBarsore.
on August 20, the livelyShreyawas an absolute pleasure to watch as she interacted with the audience during the concert and made them hum along and even shake a leg.
She enthralled Aucklanders with her performance at The Trusts Arena. More than a thousand people went through a three-hour musical journey of the best of Bollywood;from the ’80s and ’90s to super hits of A. R. Rahmanand the best of Shreya.
In a special tribute to the legendry music composer A.R. Rahman, she sang some of his best songs that many of us grew up listening and still rejoice. Melodies such as Roza, Jiyajale, Kaisemujhe tum mil gayewere a delight for the audience.
The crowd broke into applause when Shreyasang the oldies from the golden era of the ’70s and ’80s.Lag ja gale, Ab to haitumse, Aajaanejaan, Piyaatuab to aaja, and the epic Dum maarodum were some of the numbers that made everyone present in the auditorium, nostalgic.
Shreya has won four national film awards and has sung in various languages. A diehard fan and admirer of India’s nightingaleLataMangeshkar, Shreya started learning music at the age of six. She rose to fame after winning the music reality show Sa Re Ga Ma Pa in 2000 that led her to make her Bollywood debut with Sanjay LeelaBhansali’sDevdaasin 2002. Today, she performs in the concerts all around the world and is one of the leading playback singers of Indian cinema.
It was a night to remember and a total paisa-vasool show where the audience was left asking for more. The show was presented by Eco Travels and managed by CLF Events.