Playback stars to perform in the city

Catch Mohammed Irfan and Palak Muchhal this Saturday

Published: 28th January 2015 06:00 AM  |   Last Updated: 28th January 2015 12:14 AM   |  A+A-

QUEEN’S ROAD: His voice is as familiar to Bollywood regulars as Emran Hashmi’s face. Playback singer Mohammed Irfan has been belting  out songs of love and longing for many banners, but especially for Mukesh Bhatt’s Vishesh Films.

One of the most memorable collaborations being Dil sambhal ja zara in Murder 2 along with Arijit Singh and Saim Bhatt.

This song created a buzz amongst the youth and topped the charts on the radio for weeks. Music lovers also remember him for his appearances in Amul STAR Voice of India and Sa Re Ga Ma Pa.

He was recommended to Rahman by veteran singer S P Balasubramaniam and went on to sing for Raavn alongside Karthik. Soon after he sang for Mithoon’s Lamhaa. The songs Salaam Zindagi and Rehmat Zara became popular and he even received the best male singer debut award.

He has also collaborated with music directors like Sajid- Wajid, Himesh Reshammiya and many more. He along with Palak Muchhal will be in the city this weekend to perform for his fans.

Palak Muchhal is a celebrated talent in her own right. She performs stage shows across India and abroad to raise funds for  children who need financial assistance for the medical treatment of heart diseases. She has raised over `25 million through her charity shows and the funds have helped to save lives of 572 children.

Muchhal has been mentioned in both the Guinness Book of World Records and the Limca Book of World Records for her social work.

Muchhal also performs as a playback singer for Bollywood films and has sung for Ek Tha Tiger (2012), Aashiqui 2 (2013), Kick (2014) and Action Jackson (2014).

Catch the duo at Phoenix Marketcity, 6 pm onwards on Saturday. For details call 9845305675.


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