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Thursday, December 5, 2013

Madhuri's Act Was The Best Of The Night At Dubai Show








Madhuri's act the best of the night, but glitches mars the entertainment, amidst fireworks and special effects, the chaos ends with a crazed fans running up on stage to grab shah Rukh. Attending a live bollywood event is akin to strapping in a wild roller coaster with enough adranaline surges to loop you into a right hedspin. The ' Access all Areas' live concert ride strucks to the tracks with a bevy of the stars, least of all being the lead act himself- Shah Rukh Khan. He cheered, he danced, he hopped like a monkey and entertained the enthralled audience much like the characters he plays on silver screen. But somewhere along the way, this high
velocity roller coaster also derailed from the track, leaving several emotionally charged patrons with nothing but that silver of a memory of seeing their favourite star performing live in the bright lights. In present times, Dubai has not witnessed such a power-packed line-up of Bollywood celebs performing at a single venue, especially ones who use an Indian film's runtime as their yatdstick to sing and dance across four hours. Along with a rare performance by diva Madhuri Dixit-Nene, all along with another headliner Deepika Padukone, with Jacquine Fernandez, and singer Yo Yo Honey Singh, Neeli Mohan and Indian idol Contestant Melyang Chang, all of whom performed on Dec 1, at International Cricket Stadium in a show that was dedicate to Expo 2020 win and the National Day. The four-hour high octane show pleasantly kocked off wity mere 10-minute delay wityh Jaquiline
being the first act to set the stage on fire with her gyrating moves. Dressed in a glittering in a silver red jumpsiut, the actress oozed her siren-like image that she has perfectd on celluloid, kicking off the night with her song from 'Murder 2' titled 'Aa Zara'. The song continued in Jennifer Lopez's " Waiting For Tonight" that was niftily mashed up with Jaquelines's very own 'Party On My Mind' from 'Race 2'. Albeit Deepika oozed glamour
and finesse in her acts, which included two costume changes and all her popular songs, including 'Titli' from Chennai Express', 'Badtameez Dil' and 'Balam Pichkari' from "ye Jawani Hae Deewani'. In one of the best
choreograpged act of the night, Madhuri was carried atop sea of moving clouds as she descended onto the stage with all grace and aplomb that defies her age of 46, she danced her heart out..

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