Bollywood stars set to rock Dubai Music Week

Dubai Music Week will feature a 'Bollywood Night' with performances from some of the industry's top performers.

Stars including Farhan Akhtar and Pritam will take to the Dubai stage on 28 September for an unforgettable musical experience.

The concert is set to excite the crowds at Dubai World Trade Centre, as the Bollywood stars perform hits from some of their most popular albums and recent movie chart-toppers.

'Bollywood Night' will feature Farhan’s leading edge rock band, Farhan Live, performing for the first time ever in Dubai in front of an expected crowd of thousands. The band debuted during a gig in Goa earlier this year to a crowd of more than 25,000 fans.

Other acts set to entertain fans during ‘Bollywood Night’ include music director and composer, Pritam, who will be collaborating with Mohit Chauhan, Arjit Singh, Harshdeep Kaur, Benny Dayal and Neeti Mohan. Adding to the excitement, fans can likely expect performances from Pritam’s latest album release, the soundtrack of the movie Phata Poster Nikla Hero which will be released a week before the concert.

Bollywood lyricist and two-time recipient of the Filmfare Award for Best Male Playback Singer, Mohit Chauhan, will also be performing his top songs, in addition to Benny Dayal - the voice behind Batameez Dil and Lat Lag Gayi, two of this year’s popular tracks.

Arjit Singh is sure to get the crowd swooning with his performances of two of the two most-loved hits from Aashiqui 2 - Tum Hi Ho and Sunn Raha Hai. Harshdeep Kaur and Neeti Mohan will also be taking the stage to perform some of their most famous ballads.

Dubai Music Week will run from 24-29 September and include exciting live concert performances from Will.I.Am, Timbaland and Selena Gomez and more.

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