KK will sing what Delhi asks him to sing

Hindustan Times (Patna) - Live - - Entertainment - Tor­sha Sen tor­sha.sen@hin­dus­tan­times.com

How about a show where a play­back singer per­forms on songs from his discog­ra­phy that have been cho­sen by the fans? Sounds great, doesn’t it? Play­back singer KK is geared up for his per­for­mance in Delhi at Fever Un­plugged with KK, a con­cert by Fever En­ter­tain­ment on De­cem­ber 5, at the Siri Fort Au­di­to­rium in the Cap­i­tal. The singer shares his ex­cite­ment with us: “It’s al­ways a plea­sure to be part of Fever Un­plugged shows. I will be per­form­ing in un­plugged for­mat in Delhi for the first time.” He adds, “The un­plugged for­mat is very up, close and per­sonal. Ev­ery­thing is crys­tal clear. I don’t say that elec­tronic is loud, but when I say ‘it’s un­plugged’, you get to hear things which you wouldn’t per­haps hear dur­ing gigs.”

This time KK prom­ises to be a lit­tle “hatke”, and the songs that he will sing on stage are be­ing se­lected by the lis­ten­ers of Fever 104 FM. “I will be singing songs that have been re­quested by the peo­ple of Delhi, so I will be do­ing quite a few of them. I’m really ex­cited about the lovely evening,” says KK, who has given hits in­clude Tu Jo Mila (Ba­jrangi Bhai­jaan; 2015) and Tune Maari En­triyan (Gun­day; 2014).

The 45-year-old feels nos­tal­gic about the up­com­ing per­for­mance and re­veals that this was the venue where he had his first big con­cert. “Siri Fort was one of my first singing plat­forms. I per­formed there I was still in school. That was the first time I felt how per­form­ing on a big stage would be like; and the stage has only got big­ger since then. It feels in­cred­i­ble,” he shares, adding: “I’ll also share some anec­dotes with the au­di­ence when I per­form,” he says.

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