Published on : Wednesday, October 9, 2013
Bollywood stars stage musical concert that captures hearts in Seychelles Posted by STB on Wednesday, 09 October 2013 Seychellois and Indian communities can never have enough of good and classy entertainment, but for the Seychelles-India Day Celebrations Musical Gala at International Conference Centre in Victoria, the public were given a special performance by the Bollywood vocalist, Akriti Kakar and Benny Dayal.
The spectators got to witness the magical chemistry between Benny and Akriti Kakar, creating a real Bollywood style event. At the International Conference Centre, Akriti and Benny went all out to give the audience a taste of Bollywood’s block buster soundtracks. The Seychelles-India Day Celebrations musical concert was after all the perfect fusion between Benny and the very pretty Akriti.
Introduced by Akriti as one of India’s “hottest male voice and the fastest growing Indian youth Icon’’ Benny’s moves mesmerised the crowd and he displayed moves that reminded the audience of Michael Jackson and for the unique occasion in Seychelles, Benny and Akriti did India proud. As Benny and Akriti performed a combined live and play back hits from some of their most popular albums and recent movie charts toppers the crowd got to their feet and were calling for more. The International Conference Centre Musical Concert was turned into an interactive show with Akriti and Benny driving the crowd to the front of the stage, turning ICCS into a party atmosphere.
The musical Gala turned into a real India–Seychelles affair when Akriti Kakar introduced the popular Seychellois music star Telcy on stage describing her as a “fantastic artist she has met’’. The two divas performed an exotic duo of Telcy’s song “party time’’ and a beautiful Indian melody winning the heart of the audience.
The Seychelles-India Day Celebrations Musical concert with Akriti, Benny and Telcy was above a state of the art production between Seychelles and Indian celebrities in the presence of Minister Alain St.Ange, the Seychelles Minister responsible for Tourism and Culture, Minister Jean Paul Adam, the Minister for Foreign Affairs, the Indian High Commissioner, Benjamine Rose, the PS for Culture, Chairman and Committee Members of the Seychelles-India Day Celebrations Committee, and a packed hall of friends of the festival.
Source:- Seychelles Tourism Board