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Nobody makes me feel the way India does: Enrique Iglesias

After a long wait, when Enrique entered the stage at Huda grounds, Gurgaon, twenty thousand people hollered their lungs out! It was as if they are never going to see the rockstar again...

music Updated: Oct 20, 2012 18:05 IST
Subuhi Parvez

After a long wait, when Enrique entered the stage at Huda grounds, Gurgaon, twenty thousand people hollered their lungs out! It was as if they are never going to see the rockstar again. Maddening would be a perfect adjective to use.

Along with the sound of guitar, the Spanish sensation started his performance with a dance number I'm Loving You and the ground packed with thousands of fans suddenly turned into the most happening place I could ever be in. Everyone was swaying to the singer's songs at the concert.

His voice started to seduce the crowd when he moved to the next track Rhythm Divine and took our hearts away. Enrique Iglesias sang I'm Loving you, Bailamos, Escape, Dirty Dancing, Just Wanna Be With You", Baby I Like It, Hero among others.

Enrique charmed Delhi with his Hindi; the singer didn't forget to add a little bit of Hindi words in his cute Spanish accent in between his performance. As he called, "Namaste Delhi, aap kaise hain", the crowd went crazy at the venue.

Enrique Iglesias also added, "Main aapse pyaar karta hun, I love you India", to which people couldn't help responding. There was so much love in that one hour and half performance. So much so that the rockstar called a 12-year-old fan on stage and chatted with him for about fifteen minutes, he hugged a young girl and even sang Hero to her.

Enrique did everything he could possibly do to show his love for Delhi. The singer added a bit of glamour to the show, he changed his blue t-shirt to white and then wore a hood in the end, either ways he looked smoking hot. And throwing balloons also added to the drama.

His slow dance moments with the young fan on his most romantic number Hero was something to die for, I am sure everyone in that place would have been jealous (including me). Fans couldn't stop themselves from saying "Aww".

Although, Enrique kept the Hero number at the very last, he started to croon the track after a lot of demand. And when he did, it was magic. He announced to the crowd, "This one is especially for Delhi".

So guys, wouldn't you agree he indeed is our hero?


I am a fan of Bollywood music: Enrique Iglesias

As Delhi gets all set for Enrique concert, we spoke to the rockstar himself! The 37-year-old speaks about his most-awaited performance in India, his love for Bollywood music and his future projects.

This is after 8 years that you are coming down to India to perform, how does it feel to be back again?

I've been looking forward to this trip for years. Been trying to come back for a while, and just waiting for the right opportunity.


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The much awaited tri-city concert begins in Pune, Delhi and Bangalore on 17th, 19th and 21st October 2012 respectively. The concert tickets range from Rs. 2500 - Rs. 15000.

The musical sensation has sold more than 100 million albums (Albums and Singles Combined) worldwide and has become the king of chartbusters after his 11th Dance Club Song Tonight (I'm Loving You), beating the king of charts Michael Jackson.

Get ready to witness the musical extravaganza with Enrique live and loud in concert.

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Enrique is in Delhi
Fans can hold their breath as Spanish pop star Enrique Iglesias has arrived in India for his multi-city tour. He landed in Pune on Tuesday evening by a private flight from Los Angeles.

The 36-year old music sensation was seen happily posing for the shutterbugs as he arrived at the airport. “It feels great to be back in India. The last time I was here was in 2004, so it’s been many years but I’m happy to be here,” he said at the airport.

After his maiden performance in Pune yesterday, he will be performing in Delhi for the first time tomorrow, followed by Bangalore on October 21. "I had to fly for 22 hours and right now I am going to try and get some rest at the hotel. I want to walk around the city and try some good food and have a great show. I want to thank everyone for all the support; all the fans in India and radio stations playing my songs," he added.

His crew arrived a day before he did, to set up for his first gig in Pune. It seems that Enrique’s crew is as adventurous and also looking forward to eating some Indian food. For the first stop on their week long itinerary, the crew had requested some typical Maharashtrian food that Pune is known for, along with other Indian dishes. On the menu for them was Misal with Pav, Bharli Bangi, Maharashtrian Style Chicken Curry, Phulka and Vada Pav.

Enrique will be flying to Delhi today. Who knows if he has plans to feast on some Old Delhi chaat and butter chicken in the city!FULL STORY

I will surprise Delhi: Enrique Iglesias

As fans count days to the big night when Enrique Iglesias will perform in the city this month, the Spanish singing sensation says he has lots in store. "I am very excited to come to India. Fans can definitely expect a lot of surprises and some great new production," says Enrique, who last performed in India in 2004, but is performing in Delhi for the first time.

Promising a good mix of hits, old and new, the 37-year-old — known for chart-topping hits such as Hero, Bailamos, Love To See You Cry, I Like It and Tonight (I’m Loving You) — says he’s been looking forward to this trip for years. READ MORE

(With additional inputs)

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