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Kuwait dances to the tunes of Daler Mehndi

Kuwait dances to the tunes of Daler Mehndi

India Blooms News Service | 10 Sep 2014, 05:41 am
Mumbai, Sept 9 (IBNS): India's King of Pop, Daler Mehndi, delivered his first ever performance in Kuwait recently.

Welcomed by a packed audience at the Al Daiya Indoor Stadium, he broke his own record for the longest live performance without a break by performing for four and a half hours non-stop.

Daler Mehndi was warned by Ashfaque Khan, President of the Indian Cultural Society (ICS) which organised his concert, that the Kuwaiti audience generally shows enthusiasm only by clapping along with other international artists who have performed in Kuwait before.

He was requested not to be disappointed if the audience did not respond to his energetic music with matching gusto.

However, the King of Pop had the entire stadium on its toes within minutes.

Everybody in the stadium, including the rich Sheikhs, white collared businessmen and burqa clad women, began dancing to the lively music.

After the concert,  Kish Jha, CEO of Cameo Global, called Daler Mehndi the Michael Jackson of India.

Daler Mehndi was given the title ‘The Calorie Burner’ because his music had achieved what no other artist has managed so far - to make the Kuwaiti elite dance at a concert!

Daler Mehndi, known for his bejeweled turban and long flowing robes, is often referred to as the father of the Indian pop industry. Since 1995, he has recorded several albums in India and has been a playback singer for Hindi movies.
 

Kuwait dances to the tunes of Daler Mehndi

India Blooms News Service
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