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Bhopalites rock with Aryans

IT WAS a colourful evening with foot tapping music reverberating in the air as Aryans, one of the best selling pop groups of India forked out a musical bonanza for Bhopalites at Bittan Market Ground on Friday. Aryans? musical numbers were seasoned with sizzling dances by Sonali and her troupe members of Planet.

india Updated: Feb 04, 2006 17:36 IST

IT WAS a colourful evening with foot tapping music reverberating in the air as Aryans, one of the best selling pop groups of India forked out a musical bonanza for Bhopalites at Bittan Market Ground on Friday. Aryans’ musical numbers were seasoned with sizzling dances by Sonali and her troupe members of Planet.

The event organised by HT Style was kicked off with Sonali’s dance number Bheege Hooth Tere from the film Murder. This was toed by two dances from the peppy numbers of Bluffmaster and Rang De Basanti. The Aryans——- DJ Narain, Sadu, Atul, Yakoob and Yunus sang some numbers from their recent album m Kehta Hai Dil Yahi Baar Baar including Bechara Raju which has its origin in Bhopal.

The highlight of the event was D J Narain’s gelling with the crowd. In between each song, he would descend from the stage and mingle with the crowd. This catalysed the revelry and built the mood , motivating a large number of people to dance to the pulsating beats.

Youngsters could be seen making their own group and dancing away to the rhythmic numbers. This was followed by the super hit number from the group’s maiden album ‘Aankhon Mein Tera Hi Chehra’ and Bheege Hooth Tere a resonating number from the film Murder.

Then there were numbers from Dus, Kalyug and Zeher, which tickled the dancing mood of the crowd. Close on the heels came a medley with a non stop dance track. The crowd were then in a frenzy with the latest hit number from Aksar ‘Ek Baar Aaja Aaja’.

Sonali and her troupe gave a riveting performance on “ Zinda Hoon Main”. The last few minutes were packed with thumping and hippy music laced with Punjabi beats. Overall, an evening full of fun, masti and frolic.

First Published: Feb 04, 2006 17:36 IST