Tuesday, January 12, 2010
आभास जोशी फिर से न्यूजी लेंड जायेंगे
One of the most popular singers of India, known for his energetic and vivacious performances, will return to New Zealand next year to present yet another concert.
Abhas Joshi will perform at the Dorothy Winstone Centre of Auckland Girls Grammar School on June 19, with the support of a talented orchestra.
Top In Town, which has made an indelible impression among the public with its wide range of tasty food items, will present the programme called, Ragas 2 Rock: Abhas Live in Concert organised by Melody Entertainment and Vani Creations Limited.
“Music lovers and fans of Abhas can expect to see him in a ‘different mood’ and present numbers that will transport them to a world of melody. He is as excited as we are about the forthcoming performance,” Vani Creations Director Sandhya Rao said.
Top In Town Director Tanvir Jahangir said he was delighted to be the principal sponsor of the programme.
“Abhas is well known to music fans in New Zealand and I am confident that the forthcoming event will be Top In Town,” he told Indian Newslink.
He said the New Zealand public deserved quality programmes and that he was happy that such a young and talented singer was returning to New Zealand.
Abhas said he was equally excited to come back to “one of the most beautiful countries in the world.”
“My first concert in New Zealand, held on July 25, 2009 was an exciting experience. I look forward to be with the community again,” he told Indian Newslink from India.
Ms Rao said Abhas will present a number of songs that have become immortal in Bollywood, ranging from sober to lilting numbers.
“We are seeking the support of commercial organisations and individuals as sponsors to make this a memorable event,” she said.
As mentioned in these columns earlier, 19-year-old Abhas, known as ‘Chote Ustaad’ or ‘Little Master of Music,’ is already leading the busy life of a singer and performer, with chances to face the camera surfacing more frequently in recent months.
His first film, Aaj Phir Jeene Ki Tamanna Hai in which he plays the role of the youngest son (Jayant) of Shatrughan Sinha and Rekha was released recently.
“I consider myself lucky to be gifted with a good voice but I can progress only with the blessings of God, my parents and elders and the patronage of people across the world, Graduating in music is yet another ambition in my life,” he said.