Punjabi pop kings perform at SWAG Fest, sway Delhi-NCR fans

| Sunday, March 13, 2016 - 18:29
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Swag 2016

Crowd in Delhi-NCR, has got the "ultimate swag"

Gurgaon: Diljit Dosanjh, Raftaar, Guru Randhawa, Sukh E, Indeep Bakshi and Fazilpuria gathered here for an evening of fast-paced and high-energy Punjabi music at the Red Live SWAG Fest 2016 here.

Held at Ambience Island here on Saturday, the evening hosted by FM network 93.5 Red FM under its live entertainment division Red Live celebrated the growing affinity towards Punjabi music and struck a chord with music lovers here.

Diljit Dosanjh sang his popular tracks "Ki banu duniya da" and "Proper patola", said: “The love and spirit of people here is unmatched. I love performing live as it gives me a chance to connect with the audience who have made me what I am today.”

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Raftaar, who always finds it "special" to perform in Delhi-NCR, said: "This is where I started my musical journey. It reminds me of where I was and how far I have come and, how far I need to go still."

For Sukh E, the crowd in Delhi-NCR, has got the "ultimate swag".

"They energy is amazing. It is a proud moment to watch the crowd sing along and enjoy my tracks," he added.

The turnout at the event, despite a bout of rain, left the organisers impressed.

Nisha Narayannan, COO, 93.5 Red FM said: “The spirit of the crowd was not deterred despite the sudden rain. With Swag Fest being a success, we can see the growing trend and liking from people towards theme based shows.”

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