Daler comes to town

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jason statham

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If there is one singer who has consistently topped the music charts for the past years and currently commands a fan following comparable to any cricket player or cine star, it is none other than the Prince of Punjabi Pop, Daler Mehndi. After along awaited arrival he has at last landed in Lahore just to perform on special request of Imran Khan for a fundraiser concert at the Shaukat Khanum Memorial Trust.

Daler Mehndi, a famous pop star of India, was to perform in September 2003 but due to the tension between Pakistan and India he was refused and thus he never got the chance to come and perform. However, as theses days more and more effect by both the countries he along with his 10 people trope is here. He is scheduled to be performing for 2 days.

His first performance is Karachi on March 20 and he is due back to Lahore on 22. A press conference held at Avari Hotel Lahore he said he is happy to be Lahore to raise funds for such a good cause.

Daler added, "He has a special bond with Lahore and its people. He is happy to be in Pakistan once again because of Shaukat Khanam Hospital. This is the only organization that invites performers and then also takes care of them." Officials of the Shaukat Khanum Memorial Trust Hospital have that they would arrange proper security for the mega pop star and promise a great show that will start at eight that will go on until one at night.

Ali Zafar the hottest new sensation of Pakistani Pop will be opening the show for Daler Mehnd and Hema M. the beauty queen of Indian Bollywood would also be present at the show but wouldn't be performing that night.

Numbers such as Bolo Tara Ra Ra, Sade Naal Rahoge and Dardi Rab Rab have become so popular that even kids, not knowing the language, are singing them across the length and breadth of people of Sub continent. With a great voice and danceable beats, I am sure he would be phenomenal on stage.
Posted 20 Mar 2004

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