ARIJIT SINGH: Don’t Miss The Biggest Bollywood Music Show To Come To Vancouver With Full Orchestra?

Is Arijit Singh The Best Singer In The Current Bollywood Film Industry?

Arijit Singh live concert tour with Grand Symphony of over 50 global musicians has been enthralling Bollywood music lovers across North America and the world over. Here are some of his masterpieces : Muskurane ki wajah tumho, Soch na sake, Samjhawan, Sanam re, Raabta, Chahun main ya aana Kabira, Phir le aaya dil, Suno na sang marmar, Salamat and Humdard.

By DESIBUZZCanada Staff

SURREY – Surinder Sanghera of New Waves and US-based Bright Brain Productions are bringing the biggest Bollywood music show to Vancouver with the supremely talented Arijit Singh, who is considered the best Bollywood singer in the current scene.

Even though there are many proficient singers in Bollywood like Sonu Nigam, Shankar Mahadevan, Atif Aslam, Ankit Tiwari, K.K, Mohit Chauhan, Benny Dayal, Rahat fateh ali khan, etc.. but Arijit Singh has carved his own mark among these elite vocalists and became the best in recent times because of his Soulful & Soothing Voice and a selection of beautiful, heart-felt songs.

From Aashiqui 2, he has been on fire. And his live concert tour with Grand Symphony of over 50 global musicians has been enthralling Bollywood music lovers across North America and the world over.

Here are some of his masterpieces : Muskurane ki wajah tumho, Soch na sake, Samjhawan, Sanam re, Raabta, Chahun main ya aana Kabira, Phir le aaya dil, Suno na sang marmar, Salamat, Humdard and many others.

Arijit Singh, born 25 April 1987, began his musical when his guru Rajendra Prasad Hazari, who felt that "Indian classical music was a dying tradition", insisted he leave his hometown and participate in the reality show Fame Gurukul (2005) at the age of 18. He made the finals of the programme but was eliminated by audience polling, finishing in sixth place.

During the show, filmmaker Sanjay Leela Bhansali recognised his talent and had him sing "Yun Shabnami" a song scheduled to be used in his upcoming film Saawariya. During production, the script changed and the song was no longer required. It was never released.

Singh spent part of his early musical career as a music programmer and music producer for music directors such as Shankar-Ehsaan-Loy, Vishal-Shekhar, Mithoon, Monty Sharma and Pritam. While working with other composers he supervised the vocals, and the chorus sections. But it was while working with Pritam, that he began to produce and programme music by himself.

Arijit continued to work with Pritam, singing "Dilliwaali Girlfriend", "Kabira" and "Ilahi" for Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani. Other than rendering the encore version of "Kabira", he also associated himself as the music producer of the track along with "Balam Pichkari" from the same film.

Some of his noteworthy Hindi songs of 2016 included "Soch Na Sake" which is a duet with Tulsi Kumar from the movie Airlift, composed by Amaal Mallik written by Kumaar,"Sanam Re" the title track of Sanam Re Movie composed and written by Mithoon, "Bolna" from the movie Kapoor and Sons, and "Itni Si Baat Hain", a duet with Antara Mitra, composed by Pritam Chakraborty and written by Manoj Yadav.

Bright Brain Presents

Arijit Singh – Live in concert

Saturday September 29, 2018

Pacific Coliseum

Vancouver, BC

Show: 9:00pm

Doors: 7:30pm

For more information call Surinder Sanghera at 604-825-9133

About the Author

DESIBUZZCanada
Raj Paul Dhillon is an award winning journalist based in Vancouver, Canada. He received his second National Best Editorial Award from the National Ethnic Media and Press Association of Canada, presented to him by Prime Minister Stephen Harper on November 21, 2010 in Toronto. Aside from an extensive writing/editing work with a number of newspapers and magazines (currently the editor of the South Asian LINK newspaper, the oldest South Asian newspaper in Canada), he has also done freelance writing for mainstream publications like The Vancouver Sun and Georgia Straight newspapers. He holds a degree in Communications and in Film from Simon Fraser University.

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