As Indians will all know by now, the 'Tamil-born Killa' Vidya Vox is setting temperatures soaring with her Kuthu Fire India concert tour. The latest city to be blown away by her charm is Bengaluru, where she performed on Friday amidst cheering fans. Bengaluru is one of the most important cities in India's southern Karnataka state. Today, she is all set to rock the capital city of Delhi to her tunes.
Before her concert, Vidya arrived at the Forever 21 store at Garuda Mall, Bengaluru, where she was greeted by dancing fans. The lady in white did not refrain from shaking a leg with them. Then, she addressed her fans and answered their queries with a charming smile and welcoming spirit.
Further, she had a little chat with IBTimes Singapore about things like music, fashion and her experience in India.
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Although Vidya's presence in the mall was for a very short time, she managed to woo her fans with her down-to-earth attitude and grace.
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The concert, held at St. Francis High School grounds, was a huge success, judging by the turn-out of fans and their enthusiasm to see Vidya. Beginning with an introduction by Radio Mirchi RJs Ridhi and Siri, the stage was taken by a DJ who rocked the crowd with his funky music. This was followed by an emcee from Radio Mirchi who wowed the crowd with a unique blend of Indian folk songs and rap. Forever 21 also set the stage on fire with their two fashion shows.
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When the YouTube queen Vidya Vox finally took over the stage around 8.30 pm, the crowd's cheer was deafening. The beautiful singer wowed the audience with a combination of her most popular mashups, Bollywood songs and original tracks from the Kuthu Fire EP. Her performance list included songs like Diamonds, Tamil born killa, Ambarsariya, Be Free, Closer-Kabira, Selfie Le Le and new songs like Made of Gold and Flyaway-Odhni which are yet to be released.
She was joined on the stage by her band, producer Shankar Tucker, her dancers and her sister Vandana Iyer, who sang a few songs with her. If you missed the electrifying atmosphere, we have some pictures that can soothe your soul.
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