Music lovers get ready for the ultimate Bollywood musical experience, as music maestro Kumar Sanu is set to captivate audiences. The singer will perform a selection of golden oldies and romantic songs.
The Association for Persons with Physical Disabilities (APD) Kwa Zulu Natal and DStv Indian will also showcase five talented artists with disabilities from India who will join the Bollywood star on stage.
All proceeds for the concert will go to APD (KZN) a non-profit organization that provides services for persons with disabilities in the coastal province.
Azad Ismail of APD(KZN) said that the organization which boasts ten protective workshops, two special schools, two pre-schools, six stimulation units as well as a comprehensive social work service is reliant on generous contributions from members of the public and the concert will help build the organization further.
Sanu hails from Kolkata, India and he has been in the music industry since 1984. Known to many as Kedarnath Battacharya, Sanu is most recognized for his soothing Bollywood songs and for winning numerous music awards including the Filmfare Best Male Playback awards for over five consecutive years. The 53 year-old music legend was trained by his father, popular Indian vocalist and composer, Pashupati Battacharya as a singer and tabla player. He began performing publicly in 1979 and has since rendered his music capabilities in Bollywood movies like Aandhiyan, Saajan, Deewana and 1942: A Love story.
- Emperors Palace, Johannesburg – 18th September at 16:00
- ICC, Durban – 25th September at 16.00
Tickets available at Computicket
For more information, contact Mr Azad Ismail on 031-4037041 or 084 548 3456.