Mangaluru: With enthralling concert, Shreya Ghoshal spins musical magic at Moodbidri

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Daijiworld Media Network - Mangaluru (ANK)

Mangaluru, Mar 24: Renowned award-winning playback singer Shreya Ghoshal mesmerised music enthusiasts at the two-day state level intercollegiate cultural, technical and management fest – Sentia 2017, on Thusrday, March 23 at Mangalore Institute of Technology and Engineering (MITE) here.

The fest concluded with the gathering witnessing soulful and melodious numbers from one of the top singers of the country.

Speaking on the occasion Shreya Goshal said, "This is my first performance in Mangaluru. I love the cuisine in this city. You all are lucky to be here. People from Karnataka have showered a lot of love on me. My singing career is full of romantic songs which requires a lot of feeling. College life is the best where you need to enjoy the most,"

The gorgeous looking singer enthralled the crowd for three hours. More than 4,000 music lovers had a great time. Surprising the audience, Shreya sang Kannada song 'Aralutiro Jeevada Geleya' from blockbuster 'Mungaaru Male' and 'Hoovina Baanadanthe' from another Kannada hit 'Birugaali'. The talented singer also sang songs from Malayalam and Tamil films. The multi-lingual singer broke all language barriers and entertained one and all.



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