Prria Haider Productions brings live gigs back to US with Guru Randhawa and Kanika Kapoor – ThePrint


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Bombay (Maharashtra) [India], November 18 (ANI / BusinessWire India): After a period of collective mourning, the world is now withdrawing as life begins to resume. Bollywood pop sensations Guru Randhawa and Kanika Kapoor, famous for ‘Baby Doll’, are all set to rock the stage once again as they return to live concerts from the US Tour sponsored by Prria Haider and Mehboob Haider by Prria Haider Productions.

Guru Randhawa and Kanika Kapoor are two of the most popular and talented modern singers in the Hindi and Punjabi music industry. While Guru has killed him with his voice and rhythm in all of his latest songs, Kanika and his haunting voice are a must-have for any great movie or music video project.

The concert will begin with a performance in Houston, TX on March 11, followed by a performance on March 12 in New Jersey and March 13 in Washington – and is scheduled to take place in other cities.

This highly anticipated tour is scripted, directed and executed by Sohail Khan Entertainment, one of India’s long-standing leading live events entities. The company had produced over 300 ground events at various scales in India as well as other parts of the world. Arhhan is known for his high aesthetic, creative vision, and expertise in field execution.

Arhhan Singh Productions is an event management agency founded by Arhhan Singh, specializing in the conceptualization and execution of creative and unique events focused on entertainment and lifestyle.

JA Events has immense experience in performing TV shows, from conceptualization, creation to pre-production, production to post-production. The directors of the company have immense experience having performed shows all over the world for the past two decades.

Show host Prria Haider said: “We have been in showbiz for 11 years now and have experience of over 70 shows, but the level of excitement is peaking as we wait for this. occasion for quite some time now. Over the past 2 years people have suffered a lot, mentally and emotionally, this tour is going to be a celebration of us, and it is the start of a revival and rebirth of the post-pandemic era. About the US concert, “It’s a fantastic line-up, Guru and Kanika are established artists in India with their fans all over the world. I haven’t been so motivated from the start. pandemic, but as they say, the show must go on, ”she added.

Part of the first live concert in the post-covid west, singer Kanika Kapoor said, “I am delighted to be a part of this great tour planned across the US. Getting back on stage makes me excited and more energetic. as if I was playing for the first time.Moreover, when you team up with Guru Randhawa, the enthusiasm and desire to play intensifies.

Considered one of the most popular Punjabi singers of our time, Guru Randhawa, said, “Since the pandemic everything has gone digital, even the connection with fans. Live shows are something I enjoy the most and the energy is unmatched, we artists thrive on connecting with fans on the pitch. This tour will allow me to interact with the fans again. Glad to be a part of it, this is my first tour after the pandemic, we promise to rock audiences and have the best time of their lives, and to make every penny spent worth it.

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