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Global Citizen Festival India: Coldplay Wins The Crowd With Ma Tujhe Salaam, Channa Mereya

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Coldplay was the superstar of the night filled with stars.

They came, we saw, they conquered. Global India Festival India did the difficult and brought the mainstream international pop stars on the grounds of Mumbai who enthralled the audience with their energy. With Jay Z, Demi Lovato, The Vamps and Coldplay in the line up, GCFI can easily be called the event of the year!

Coldplay was the superstar of the night filled with stars. The maiden concert of the band was much awaited by the people all over the country. Apart from performing their popular songs like Paradise, Sky Full of Stars, Hymn For The Weekend and Fix You, the band won the audience over with their antics and energy.




They also performed alongside AR Rahamn, saying thankyou to India by singing Maa Tujhe Salaam!




And if you thought that was all, look how Chris Martin ended the evening Bollywood style!





With a clean motive of eradicating extreme poverty by 2030, the musical extravaganza opened with Demi LOvato's engaging act where she performed her hits like Confident and Cool for Summer. This was Demi's maiden India concert and the crowds were crazy to see the former Disney sweetheart, now a vocal activist and popstar to set the stage on fire.




Jay Z brought Brooklyn to India with his electric performance, which started on the backdrop of Chaiyan Chaiyan and also went Punjabi!




Apart from the international performers, our inhouse stars also rocked the night. Ranveer Singh, Sonakshi Sinha, Farhan Akhtar, Amitabh Bachchan everyone made the night an unforgettable one for 80,000 global citizens.







The Global Citizen Festival India secured investment commitments worth $3.37 billion (Rs. 22,940 crores) which would benefit around 50 crore people,
first published:November 20, 2016, 11:06 IST