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Bollywood Diva Sunidhi Chauhan in Auckland for ONE SHOW ONLY

Bollywood Diva Sunidhi Chauhan in Auckland for ONE SHOW ONLY

Unique Cars (NZ) Ltd and Team Masala Events & Entertainment in association with DJ Dave’s Entertainment are proud to present SUNIDHI CHAUHAN live in concert for ONE NIGHT ONLY, this Friday 23 June.

Believed to be one of the most versatile singers in today’s Indian Music Industry, Chauhan has been belting out songs for Bollywood box-office hits for over a decade, lending her voice for most of the leading actresses in Bollywood including Aishwarya Rai Bachchan and Priyanka Chopra. During this time she has also garnered innumerable accolades, including being recognized as the Indian Industry’s Best Female Playback Singer at least eighteen times (having been nominated over fifty times).

In addition to her continued successes in Bollywood, Chahuan has collaborated with pop-star Enrique Iglesias on his song ‘Heartbeat (India Mix)’ which featured on his album Euphoria (Special Indian Edition), making her the first Indian female singer to collaborate internationally. She was also the only Indian artist asked to be a part of the Western Union ‘World of Betters’ campaign in collaboration with international recording artists Alicia Keys, K’Naan, (John Legend and Pitbull). The multi-faceted platform was designed to help raise awareness on the many ways we can impact on individual’s life. Chauhan moved her money to disadvantaged girls of Mumbai to help them discover their inner beauty.

Concert promoter Dave said: “We’ve waited eight long years to have her back and I for one, cannot wait for Friday. She is ‘it’ in Bollywood today as far as female playback singers go, and I love that I have the opportunity to promote the best.”

For New Zealand fans, the wait is over. India’s original ‘Desi Girl’ finally returns to the city of sails to make her fans ‘shut up and bounce’ along to what will surely be a night to remember.

Sunidhi Chauhan along with a 9-piece band and last year’s Indian Idol finalist, Rakesh Main will be performing for ONE NIGHT ONLY at Auckland’s Telstra Clear Pacific Events Centre in Manukau. Tickets are priced between $40 - $150 and a limited number are still available from Ticket Direct (0800 224 224).

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