On the conclusion of our Jain festival Paryushan, all of us at Prarambh take this opportunity to seek forgiveness for any of our deeds wanted or otherwise, which may have hurt you. Micchhami Dukkadam!! So let's hold hands instead of grudges, spread cheer instead of bitterness, build bridges instead of walls & strengthen bonds instead of prejudice.
Returning back after a short break and continuing with our journey of exploring our Gujrathi culture thru theatre, music and other forms of performance art, we are extremely excited to present our next innovative concept for all you wonderful and appreciative audience of Prarambh.
A cultural extravaganza with a mix of traditional Gujrathi folk songs, Sugam geets & superhit new age Gujrathi film songs. All of this sprinkled with loads of laughter and some khatti meethi talks. A musical treat for the connoisseur which takes us back to the sweet memories of our homeland.
The ensemble of performing artistes include the famous versatile folk singer Jatin Darji & melody queen Jetal Soni from Mumbai. They will collaborate with our very own homegrown namma Bangalorean, popular & much-loved singer-musician, Hitesh Mehta to enthral all of us with melodious & well known Gujarati songs. The resurgence of good Gujarati films in the last few years has certainly given a big boost to the music scene with many popular songs which have become the flavour of the season. Catch them all at the show and sync in with the rhythm and beats of the band of outstanding musicians all the way from Mumbai. Adding to the star value, the show will be hosted by the well-known actor, writer, anchor, Dilip Rawal who will ensure to keep us all entertained with tons of humour.
All in all, this one promises to be an extravagant & a rocking 'Gujarati Jalso', with all the right ingredients & masalas being mixed up to give you a wonderful treat! This show will also be an eye-opener for the younger generation who will get to hear the legacy of our rich Gujarati music and songs. Please do get all the kids to watch this and appreciate our culture. Do not miss out on this musical Jalso which happens rarely.