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Arijit Singh Concert Prices Too High, Fans Go Crazy

  • Posted on November 28, 2022
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  • By Akta Yadav

Arijit Singh may have been able to mend many broken hearts, but not wallets. This January, Singh, who has been experiencing a wave of popularity for the past ten years, will perform at Pune's The Mills. The concert's ticket prices have finally been revealed, and they range from Rs 999 to an incredible Rs 16 lakh!

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You have a choice between paying a down payment on a home or going to an Arijit Singh concert. According to a 2019 Forbes list, the singer is one of India's wealthiest celebrities and is selling access to a deluxe lounge inside the arena for a sizable sum of money. According to a Twitter user, the "Premium Lounge 1" has a capacity of 40 people and serves unlimited food, premium liquor, and beer. There are three vegetarian and three non-vegetarian starters, two vegetarian and two non-vegetarian main courses, and one international dessert on the menu,

Singh is regarded as one of the greatest singers in Indian music history and has had a very successful career to date. While primarily based in India, his fan base has also grown in nearby nations like Bangladesh, Pakistan, and Nepal.

Since 2013, Singh, who is regarded as the "king of playback singing," has released numerous hits, including Tum Hi Ho and Chahun Main Ya Naa. Singh, who made his television debut in 2005 on the reality program Fame Gurukul, has already won more than six Filmfare Awards and one National Award.

Additionally, over the past two years, Singh surpassed artists like Taylor Swift, Bad Bunny, and even BTS in terms of total streams! Only international superstars like Eminem, Justin Bieber, Drake, Billie Eilish, Ariana Grande, and Ed Sheeran were better known than him.

According to Singh, when asked about the musicians he listens to, Ustad Amir Khan Sahab, Ustad Rashid Khan Sahab, Ravi Shankar, and Ustad Amjad Ali Khan Sahab are the first names that come to mind. I adore Lata Mangeshkar, Kishore Kumar, and Hemant Mukherjee in the context of popular music. My idols in more recent years have been Sonu Nigam and Jagjit Singh. My current favorites are KK, Atif, and Papon. Robin Williams, John Legends, and John Mayer are from the West.

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