Singer Palash Sen on Sunday swept the Commonwealth Games Village crowd, including the athletes, international delegates and volunteers by his mesmerising voice.
The band 'Euphoria', which comprises eight members, enthralled the audience by their powerpacked performance with popular numbers, including doom pichak dhoom, kabhi aana tu meri gali and Maairi.
Palash, the band's frontman, won people's heart at the jam-packed amphitheatre in the Village by his soothing presentation.
"It feels great to perform here," he said during his energetic performance which witnessed people dancing to the singer's tune.
The band was cheered loud when they crooned the Commonwealth Games' anthem, Dilli Meri Jaan.
A doctor by profession, Palash started the Delhi-based Euphoria band along with Debajyoti Bhaduri, Vinayak Gupta, Ashwani Verma, Rakesh Bhardwaj and Prashant Trivedi.
The programme was part of the series cultural events being organised by the Delhi government at the Games Village to entertain the athletes and international delegates staying here since October 3.