Popular Indian singer Shreya Ghoshal will be performing live in Dubai during the last week of September, coinciding with the Eid celebrations in town.
Concert to take place in Dubai World Trade Center, where the singer will perform mix of her popular Hindi songs and few of her regional numbers.
Her last performance in the UAE was during the Indian Independence day (August 15, 2015) at the Emirates Palace Hotel.
"This is the second time we are bringing Shreya Ghoshal live programme to the UAE. We had a good audience for her live show in Sharjah Cricket Stadium in 2013 and this year we have moved to the indoor stage at the Zabeel Hall one and two at the Dubai World Trade Center, in view of the climate. About 4500 people are expected to watch the singer perform live in Dubai on the eve of Eid Holidays too," said the organisers.
"Preparations are going on for this mega show which will also include dance performance by Neeraj Bhaveja. The organisers have presented details of the programme with a number of leading sponsors and title partners," said Mohammed Sajid, Event Director and Managing Director of Vyhat Group.
The show will be from 7.30pm on Friday September 25, 2015 and tickets are being sold through various platforms.
She will be coming back to Dubai to entertain a multi-cultural audience during the Eid celebrations - the four-time National award winner for playback singing will be part of Bollywood Dhamaka show.
Shreya's talent was spotted through a music reality show, 'TVS Sare Ga Ma', and she went on to sing many popular Hindi movie songs which won her several awards.
In the Malayalam film industry, she is a household name as even the local singers are replaced by the Bengali girl, who now lives in Mumbai.
Hailed as the Lata Mangeshkar (lengendry Indian singer) of the current era, she has sung in diverse Indian languages – Assamese, Bengali, Gujarajti, Marathi, Malayalam, Nepal, Tamil etc and worked with many eminent music directors.
Shreya is known for her popular songs like 'Bairi Piya' ('Devdas'), 'Jaadu Hai Nasha Hai' ('Jism') and 'Manwa Lage' ('Happy New Year').