Bhubaneswar: In 1993, he set a Guinness Book of World Record by recording the most number of songs in a day. No prize for guessing who the singer was. Yes, it was none other than Kumar Sanu, whose sweet voice has won over admirers for many years. As the prolific singer took the stage here at Utkal Mandap on Sunday, the City audience was treated to a feast of his timeless voice.
Sanu, the legendary playback singer known for his melodious renditions and numerous filmy hits, graced the stage a little late but it was worth the wait for the viewers. His ‘Sound of Soul’ Odisha Edition concert captivated the audience with an enchanting showcase of his musical brilliance. The concert took place last night at Utkal Mandap in Bhubaneswar, the capital city of Odisha.
The show kicked off to his all time hits Do Dil Mil Rahe Hai and Aashiqui Ke Liye to thunderous applause from the gallery. The crowd enthusiastically joined the singer of more than 22,000 songs in 26 languages, on his popular tracks like Tum Dil Ki Dhadkan Mein, Ladki Aankh Mare and Dheere Dheere Se, showcasing their adoration for the legendary singer.
The event provided the audience with an unforgettable experience, immersing them in the magic of Sanu’s soulful voice and timeless melodies. The veteran singer, accompanied by a live orchestra, delivered a flawless performance, displaying his versatility and ability to connect with his fans. The concert featured a diverse range of his iconic songs spanning several decades, leaving the audience spellbound. From romantic ballads to foot-tapping chartbusters, Kumar Sanu effortlessly transported the attendees on a nostalgic musical journey.
Team Infracon and Nest Leisure, the event organisers, ensured that the venue provided optimal acoustics and a comfortable seating arrangement for the attendees. The sole intention to curate this concert was to bring the administrators, change makers, law makers, socially aware audiences, intellects, public figures, and influencers on the same page and take a unanimous step to bring about positive change, said the organisers.
MADHUSMITA SAHU, OP