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Kailash Kher to Perform for Modi in US

The singer, who is known for his soul-stirring songs, further shared that he will also meet Modi, whom he considers his “favourite”. 

Published: 23rd September 2015 03:30 PM  |   Last Updated: 23rd September 2015 03:30 PM   |  A+A-

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Singer Kailash Kher - Express photo by Suresh Nampoothiri.

By IANS

MUMBAI: Kailash Kher will perform live for Prime Minister Narendra Modi with his band Kailasa at Silicon Valley, California on September 27. He is proud to get the opportunity.

“Proud moment #Kailasa live in concert at PM Narendra Modi in Silicon Valley,” the “Teri deewani” crooner tweeted on Wednesday. 

He also shared a poster for the event, which read: “Kailash Kher to perform at SAP Center for PM Narendra Modi community reception Sunday, September 27 San Jose”. 

The singer, who is known for his soul-stirring songs, further shared that he will also meet Modi, whom he considers his “favourite”. 

“Meeting my favourite PM @narendramodi @PMOIndia in #SiliconValley #Kailasa #Music #Passion come together,” he posted. 

Talking about his plans for the performance, Kher shared that “Songs from #Kailasa Albums and #Bahubali all Are going to be part of our set line up on stage in #Sap Center San Jose #KailasaToRock California”. 

Modi on Wednesday left on a visit to Ireland and the US. He will spend Wednesday in Ireland and will depart for New York the same evening for the US leg of his tour. He will be in the US till September 29.

Modi had earlier nominated Kher to take forward the message to clean India through his 'Swachh Bharat Abhiyan' campaign.



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