IIFA Rocks: Diljit Dosanjh's heart-winning performance takes NY by storm!

Oceane Deschanel
Julho 17, 2017

AR Rahman's IIFA Rocks concert, which saw the crowd groove to the Oscar and Grammy winner's popular Hindi and Tamil tracks, was proof that music trumps all language barriers. On Friday evening, a few hours after the show began, it was only Rahman who took the stage for his culminating performance. Recently, the 33-year-old rockstar took over NY by mesmerising the fans at IIFA Rocks 2017 with his singing skills.

The other hit numbers from his vast repertoire were "Dilhai chota sa", "Agar tum saath ho", "Aye hairathe", "Terebina" and "Tanha tanha".Punjabi star Diljit's songs "Ek kudi" and "Patiala peg " and Mika Singh's energetic performance brought the audience to their feet."I am feeling very happy and proud that Rahman called me here". But, this year the rain spoiled all the plans.

Taking to Twitter, Salman shared, "It's raining in #NewYork, loving the weather. If it does rain tomorrow, it will be awesome dancing in the rain at IIFA", tweeted Salman, who is a star performer for the main IIFA Awards night here on Saturday. Both are new parents to Misha and Taimur respectively, attended IIFA Rocks without their wives (although Mira and Misha are in the United States with Shahid) The two surely have a lot in common and not just their last debacle Rangoon.

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Nevertheless, celebrities turned up dressed as they must on a green carpet. After the concert, Rahman thanked the audience.

The music played on, and the excitement levels increased as he kept singing one hit track after another with a string of singers like Hariharan, Kailash Kher, Jonita Gandhi and Mohit Chauhan joining him on stage.

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