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If music hits you like nothing else and you cannot imagine a life sans beautiful tunes to croon and groove to, you need to be at ‘Rehmatein 7’ happening in Mumbai.

This show has roped in all our favourites!

Three most loved singers from Bollywood- Papon, Shaan and Ankit Tiwari will be performing at this show and it's going to be one hell of a night.

The whats and wheres

‘Rehmatein’ in Mumbai is bringing together music masters and singers who have been ruling over our hearts! A musical evening with any one of these would have been beyond ordinary, and an evening which brings us all three of these maestros back to back, will surely be an affair worth remembering.

Known for his amazing hits such as Moh Moh ke Dhage, Na aye ho, Kyun, Tu Jo Mila, Humnava and several others, Papon has a voice that is sweeter than honey and softer than anything we can conjure. While Shaan is sure to be at the top of any 90’s and 2000’s playlist with hits like, Musu Musu, Woh Pehli Baar, Koi kahe kehta rahe, Kuchh Kam and the more recent Behti hawa sa tha woh.

Ankit on the other hand, joined the industry much later and rose to fame with- Sun raha hai na tu, Tu hai ki nahin, Katra Katra and others.

The mere thought of the enormity and the mix of these three extremely talented and gifted singers has us jumping up and down with excitement.

The concert is an initiative of ‘Sangeetam Charitable Trust’ who have been actively supporting musicians with financial help and we couldn’t be happier about the whole matter.

Knock Knock

The event is a coming together of great artists and is something that you shouldn’t miss of you’re in the area. With the ticket prices so low, you can easily have a gala time at the event. Make sure to book you tickets now as they are flying off the shelf!

Date: September 25, 2019

Tickets: ₹500 onwards | book your tickets here

Venue: Shanmukhananda Hall, Behind Gandhi Market, Comrade Harbanslal Marg, Sion, Mumbai

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