‘It was a joy per­form­ing at Raah­giri’

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Nowhere else in the world will you find a crowd that gets up early in the morn­ing for a day of fit­ness and a con­cert,” said an elated Palash Sen, and the pop­u­lar singer-com­poser had ev­ery rea­son to say so. Thou­sands of Del­hi­ites gath­ered for Sun­day’s Raah­giri in Con­naught Place, as rock band Eu­pho­ria per­formed at the venue to mark one year of Raah­giri.

“When­ever I doubt my­self, the crowd finds a way to tell me oth­er­wise. I am just so happy that Hin­dus­tan Times

or­gan­ised this con­cert at Raah­giri. It is al­ways a boost for me and the band mem­bers to see peo­ple sup­port us in such large num­bers,” said the Maeri hit­maker. “Delhi might be called many things, but to me, it will al­ways be the Love Cap­i­tal. It’s al­ways a joy per­form­ing here” he added.

Sen feels that Raah­giri as an ini­tia­tive is a hit not just be­cause of the con­cept and its or­gan­is­ers, but be­cause the city be­lieves in com­ing to­gether and grow­ing as a unit. “If we did not have a time limit, I’m sure we’d have per­formed longer. Nei­ther I nor the crowd would’ve stopped till we dropped,” he ex­claimed.

Delhi be­lieves in com­ing to­gether and grow­ing as a unit. It’s al­ways a joy per­form­ing

in the city

Palash Sen, mu­si­cian

PHOTO: TUSHAR MA­HA­JAN

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