AN EVE OF RO­MANC­ING GHAZ­ALS

Hindustan Times (Gurgaon) - City - - LIFESTYLE -

On Satur­day, Hin­dus­tan Times hosted an evening of soul­ful mu­sic, with an ex­clu­sive per­for­mance ti­tled

Shaam-e-Ghazal. Pow­ered by In­dia Gate Bas­mati Rice and Kar­bonn Smart­phones, the evening had ghazal mae­stro

Pankaj Ud­has take to the stage, and trans­port the se­lect gath­er­ing of 180 guests to the 80s.With a ca­reer span­ning over 37 years, Ud­has is the re­cip­i­ent of the Padma Shri award, con­ferred on him in 2006 for his con­tri­bu­tion to mu­sic and arts.

Per­form­ing his clas­sic hits such as Aur Ahista Ki­jiye Baatein and Chithi Aayi Hai, Ud­has had the crowd break into a big ap­plause. Those who at­tended the event in­cluded Malvika Anand, di­rec­tor, Kaff Ap­pli­ances, Shyam Mo­han Gupta,

founder, Vidya­mandir Classes, Ajay Khanda, di­rec­tor, Glen Ap­pli­ances, Ari­hant Jain, di­rec­tor, Kar­bonn and Anoop

Gupta, joint man­ag­ing di­rec­tor, KRBL.

Deepa and Rakesh Kapoor

PHO­TOS: HTBS/PRABHAS ROY

Aayush Mo­han Gupta, Shyam Mo­han Gupta, So­nia Gupta, Lak­shay Mo­han Gupta

Ari­hant Jain, Ashish Ag­gar­wal, Pardeep Jain, Ran­jana Sing­hal, Anurag Sing­hal and Anuj Ag­gar­wal

Pankaj Ud­has

San­deep Jain, Anoop Gupta, Binita Gupta

Ajay Khanda

Malvika Anand

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