Saama (Centre for Art and Entertainment) Presents “Chitrahaar – 4 – Asha Hamesha” Chowdaiah Memorial Hall
Chowdiah Memorial Hall | Bangalore |
Nov 23 | 6 p.m.
Ends on: Nov 23
About Saama (Centre for Art and Entertainment) Presents “Chitrahaar – 4 – Asha Hamesha” Chowdaiah Memorial Hall
The event is being organized to raise funds for “SAADHYA Group of Residential Schools for Specially-Abled” and the show conceptualized by Samanvitha Sharma, one of the best-known singers of Bangalore.
About Chitrahaar – 4
“Chitrahaar-4(Asha Hamesha)” is a Bollywood musical evening showcasing blockbuster hit songs of Asha Bhonsle, the versatile singing Queen if Hindi cinema.
The show will feature some of the best and most-remembered songs, both solos and duets, of the legendary singer. The event will feature a wide variety of evergreen retro hits ranging from melodious to mujra to foot-tapping numbers, as well as new-age numbers.
Concept and lead singing – Samanvitha Sharma, who is an established, popular and celebrated singer in the cultural circuit of Bangalore. This exuberant musical evening will also showcase other noted singers of Bangalore and Mumbai – Chetan Rana(K for Kishore fame), Govind Kurnool, Aniket Prabhu, Subrat Sahoo, Shruti Bhide and Rohini Prabhunandan.
Full-fledged orchestra under the popular keyboardist Pradeep Patkar who hails from the Bollywood city of Amchi Mumbai. With a powerful blend of versatile music and artists, the event promises to be a real treat to the Bollywood music connoisseurs of Bangalore.
Bangalore's own celebrity singer, Samanvitha has carved a niche for herself both as an energetic and interactive performer on stage and an impeccable studio artist. She has shared stage with celebrities like Asha Bhonsle,Hema Malini, Kalyanji Anandji, and so on.
An established playback singer in the Kannada film industry, she has travelled world over for performances. She is the recipient of the prestigious "KIMA AWARDS" in the category of BEST FEMALE PLAYBACK SINGER for year 2017. She is also a classical dancer and an engineer by qualification. She dons many hats as a singer, dancer, event organizer, music composer and art entrepreneur. As the artistic director of SAAMA (Centre for Art and Entertainment), she conducts several charity events. The Lions club of Bangalore North and Rotary Club (IFRM) have presented her with the Professional Excellence Award. Rotary International has honoured her with the prestigious "International Golden Clef Award" for her contribution to charitable causes through music. She is the first Indian to receive this award since its inception 10 years ago. She has been awarded the "Agrata Award for Vocational Leadership" by rotary Cubbon park. She also recently delivered the keynote on her inspiring life journey at the international GHCI conventional by AnitaB.org