Surahee Shaam Sangeet Jee — An evening of musical enchantment

DUBAI — A large gathering of music connoisseurs enjoyed a fascinating night of rhythm and rich melodies from the Hind and Sindh.

By Aneela Batool

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Published: Wed 29 Mar 2006, 9:55 AM

Last updated: Sat 4 Apr 2015, 7:35 PM

Over 1400 audience watched and enjoyed this all-round entertainment show performed on an elegantly decorated stage at Shaikh Rashid auditorium, Dubai.

The show was organised by Asha Chand who has been successfully organising Sindhi shows for the past many years. She is at the forefront of promoting classical art and entertainment in the UAE.

The fun-filled show of variety entertainment where Sindhi artistes from India, Pakistan and the the UAE performed together on a single stage. Kaajal Chandiramani, an eminent Sindhi female voice from India, and Najaf Ali, the popular Sindhi male voice from Sindh, Pakistan were the lead singers. They were accompanied by many other famous artistes from India and UAE. Kaajal in particular thrilled the crowd with collection of some of the old-time popular Sindhi songs, originally sung by her illustrious maternal grandfather and a stalwart of Sindhi community Dada Ram Panjwani.

All-round entertainment

It was a show of all-round entertainment, enjoyed by young and not-so-young alike. Local artistes gave many interesting dance performances which received a loud applause from the crowd. A dance number performed by the three Rangwani sisters on a remixed version of a popular old-time Sindhi song was the star of the show.

To add to the variety, a few short comedy skits were also performed by the local talent with great success that caused many-a-ripple of laughter in the crowd.

A new CD of remix version of popular old Sindhi songs was released on the occasion by Murij Manghnani, Chairman of ITL group. Some of the songs from this CD were choreographed by the young Dubai artistes.

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