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The Most Famous Indian playback singer Arijit Singh performing in the Washington DC



With over 8,000 fans packing what was referred to as the Patriot Center, on the sprawling campus of the George Mason University, a record was set by the concert in the Washington area for musical shows. It's raised the bar so high audiences may never feel the same again!
It was a magical, memorable, mesmerising evening one which came after a very long time!
He was accompanied by a 50 member Grand Central Symphony Orchestra and four talented singers, two of each gender, from India who complemented his immense vocal prowess. The lights, sound, special effects were extraordinary adding to the exceptional quality of the event.
Arijit started with the title song of ‘Ae Dil Hai Mushkil’ and ended with a chart-topping number from the same film – "Channa Mereyaa". Arijit sings almost all the songs of the Movie "Ae Dil Hai Mushkil" and people love their songs lyrics you can read all arijit songs lyrics at whatslyrics.com


Arijit Singh feels lucky to get good lyrics songs.
He considers himself a lucky person to get always good and meaningful songs, and he gives all credit to his team members and the songwriters for coming up with great tracks.
Arijit was speaking at the Mirchi Music Awards. When asked about his journey in the Bollywood and if he encountered difficult people along the way In West Bengal, Arijit hails from a small town, Murshidabad, about Singer. His father is Punjabi; Koel Roy, wife and mother, are both Bengali. He has a very solid background in Indian classical music having learnt from Rajendra Prasad Hazari. Besides Hindi, he's fluent in Bengali and Telugu.
Today, he is sought-after by leading music directors including Shankar, Ehsaan, Loy Pritam Chakraborty; Vishal, Shekhar; and Mithoon.
Arijit is humility personified. At the outcome of his concert here, he knelt down, his forehead touching the ground, as a sign of respect and gratitude for an adoring audience

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