Global Citizen Festival 2016 came out to be the most enticing stage presentation ever in Indian grounds. The Global Citizen Festival 2016 in Mumbai turned out to be an all-starry affair. The hyped presumptions about the concert have surely blended the reality with much more fun when the concert was bloomed with grooving audiences. The major bundle of energy that jolted up with some energetic and body popping performances by Coldplay and many other international icons. The performances were accompanied by the presence of B-town biggies and not to forget with an online telecast of our very own Prime minister Mr Modi.

A festival of this measure, with these many global big ticket names — U.K. arena rockers Coldplay, rap veteran Jay Z, pop singer Demi Lovato — has happened for the first time in India. An estimated 80,000 people attended Global Citizen India on Nov. 19, catching dignitaries, Bollywood actors and established musicians on one gigantic stage.

The day of energy ignition was sited with some memorable performances when Chris Martin was seen waving the Indian national flag and singing with non-other than A.R. Rahman. The stage was on the grooving up limits with some enticing performances by Demi Lovato, Jay-Z, The Vamps and by many Bollywood talents.

The first ever Global Citizen Festival held in Asia can easily be sectored as the prime music festival produced in India. Bollywood music composers such as Shankar Ehsaan Loy, Arijit Singh and actor-singer Farhan Akhtar gave the crowd their favourite radio hits, and there were even a few actors like veteran Amitabh Bachchan, Sonakshi Sinha and Shraddha Kapoor picking up the mic to take on a rare role as singers. The crowd was unbelievable and the music shunned with fun and excitement with every performance that hit the stage.

It was a furious night that was organised for a good cause of charity has gained a lot of acknowledgement and support. We are waiting for many more such events in future.


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