Benny Dayal makes Sydney go Bang Bang!

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By Neeru Saluja
Singer Benny Dayal does not only sing. He can dance, prance and rock the stage like a rockstar. When he came to Sydney for a show organised by Friends India Entertainment, he proved to be a surprise package to music lovers.
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Benny Dayal rose to fame after working with music maestro AR Rahman churning a few hit numbers. His Tamil, Telugu, Malayalam and Hindi songs have become a rage amongst the younger generation. With his unconventional voice, he has made a mark for himself in the Indian music industry.
As his fans were eagerly waiting for the concert to start, once Benny landed on stage it was non-stop entertainment. The concert started with the cool song ‘Locha e ulfat ho Gaya hai’ from the film Two States. He then went on singing songs such as Aaja mein hawaon mein, pani da rang dekh ke, kahi pein nigahein, kahin par nishana. He kept the audience engaged by telling them that artists are nothing without an audience and dedicating songs to them. When his fans were screaming ‘Benny we love you’ the prompt response was ‘I love you too’!
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Benny’s luscious voice and contemporary style kept the mood of the concert upbeat. He made the audience dance and sing with him on songs like Masakali, Daru Desi, Bang Bang, Dum Dum Ye mast hai, aiven lut gaya, Badtameez Dil and Disco Deewane. He also thanked his mentors AR Rahman and music director Pritam for giving him a great career.
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Benny did not restrict himself by singing only his songs. He delighted his fans with his versatility and sang old time favourites like ‘I’m a disco dancer, chumma chumma de de, pyaar humein kis mod pe le aaya and Gangnam style’. The backbenchers and the younger crowd couldn’t stop jiving to his songs, pity they weren’t allowed closer to the stage as Benny wanted!
Kudos to Vikas Paul and team, MCs Monalisa Grover and Rohit Revo for their wonderful efforts towards the show. With his debut performance in Australia, singer Benny Dayal has proved that if a singer is good, he can pull a brilliant show with a solo performance.

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