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Was it really music to the ears?

WHETHER THE residents of Aashiana Colony had a musical treat or a nightmare is a million dollar question and could be best answered by only the residents of the colony.

india Updated: Sep 10, 2006 10:47 IST

WHETHER THE residents of Aashiana Colony had a musical treat or a nightmare is a million dollar question and could be best answered by only the residents of the colony.

Being taken over by the Saturday night fever, the thousands of watts of pulsating music was of course enjoyed by the youth and those in their teens but undoubtedly had disturbed the silence of the colony.

Pop singer Daler Mehendi was performing at the sprawling lawns of Chancellor Club Aashiana. The club being placed at the heart of the colony, the music which seemed to be a noise if heard from a distance must not have been enjoyed by those who wished to take a sound sleep.

Sponsored by a private two-wheeler company, the show witnessed almost all the peppy numbers of the singer. Whether it was ‘Ho jaayegi balle balle….’, ‘Jawani fir nahi aaye…’, ‘Dholna…’ or ‘Oye hoye yeh kudiyan shehar diyan….’
All the numbers were performed in a foot-tapping way and took the youths on the stage to dance. Daler also sang the combination of other popular numbers which were not his. The show continued till late night.