‘It was a joy performing at Raahgiri’
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