NRIs exclusive: Daijiworld TV to present virtual musical concert on Jul 3


Daijiworld Media Network – Mangaluru (SB)

Mangaluru, Jun 30: Daijiworld TV is all set to host an exclusive musical show for the viewers who are abroad on Friday, July 3 from 8.30pm IST. The show is titled 'Virtual Concert - Entertainment unlocked' with the slogan 'Daijiworld to the rest of the world'.

Under the leadership of guitar, maestro Rajgopal along with well-known singers Ajay Warrior and Sangeetha Balachandran will render their melodious voices in multilingual languages for the people who live in various gulf, western and eastern countries. High profile musicians Deepak Jayasheelan, Rajesh Bhagavath, Roshan Fernandes, Varun Rao, Sumukh and Ashith Pinto will participate in this show with background score.

Mohammed Iqbal, Mohammed Haneef, Srikant Kamath, Ranjan Das, Nayana Rajgopla, Vaishnavi and many other singers will render their voices

Tulunada Manikya fame, cine actor Aravind Bolar and Walter Nandalike, founder, Daijiworld Media Group, will host the show in Tulu and Kannada languages.

The virtual musical extravaganza package consists of 20 Tulu, Kannada, Konkani and Hindi super hit songs, specially picked from yesteryears.

The show is scheduled to commence at the following timings as per different time zones; 8:30 pm (IST), 7:00 pm (Oman, UAE), and 6:00 pm (Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, Qatar, Kuwait).

Viewers can also watch the virtual concert ONLY ON YouTube which will be streamed live on https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC66WtcGSVl0mWsZHMQOUoxg/featured. (No telecast on local TV set-top boxes).

Indian community from Karnataka, specially our own Tulunadu who live abroad are known for their unity and helping hands. But the situation after Covid-19 has made them weak in their connectivity to their homeland. As per the reports published in various media, the NRI community is facing a lot of issues and is going through a very tough time. When they were well secured in their jobs and earning, they generously helped various activities in their native and home town. But the situation has changed now. They need support from the people of their native and home town. This programme will be dedicated all those NRIs to boost their morale and show our unity and strength during this extremely difficult time.

Walter Nandalike, Daijiworld founder said, “At this difficult juncture, our artistes here need some stress busting activity as they are idle since three months without performing live. Many have no livelihood due to total ban on public entertainment shows. If anyone wants to support financially, the amount will go directly to the needy artistes who are in difficulties. The show is an initiative of Rajgopal, top musician from Tulunadu. Also, there have been several requests from NRI friends to organise a virtual show.

For more information on this show, you may contact the following numbers:
Rajgopal: +91 94490 47287 or +91 82174 66588 (Only WhatsApp - Daijiworld)

 

 

 

  

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  • Ronald D, Udupi

    Tue, Jun 30 2020

    Great initiative. Congratulations Daiji for your out of the box thinking and a brand new experience for us viewers. In order to help needy artists bank details of the organizer / Rajgopal would have been useful. However, those willing to help can get details from the numbers provided. Looking for ward towards the concert.

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