U2 Mumbai Concert: Ranveer Singh, Sachin Tendulkar, Hrithik Roshan See Bono, AR Rahman Perform Live
Irish Band U2 is performing in India and the big night saw celebrities in Mumbai grace the occasion with their presence. Notice, Deepika and Ranveer wore fanny packs.
Celebs at DY Patil stadium/Viral Bhayani
U2 has arrived in India for their first concert in Mumbai on Sunday at DY Patil Stadium. Many Bollywood celebrities are expected to turn up at the event and the night is going to be a magical ride with Bono, The Edge, Adam Clayton and Larry Mullen Jr. The band stepped out of the Mumbai airport on Thursday. The concert began at 4 pm.
Pics from the event show Sachin Tendulkar with wife Anjali, Deepika Padukone, Mira Rajput, Anurag Kashyap, Shaheen Bhatt, Meezaan with Javed Jaffery and Ranveer Singh entering. Hrithik Roshan came with his family. Upon their arrival, Malaika Arora had posted pic of the band to show her enthusiasm for the artists performing during the night. She later posted videos of her and sister Amrita headed for the concert.
Ranveer is excited to watch Bono and band perform tonight. In the lead up to the performance, Bono posted a video on the band's Instagram page, which looks like a sound-check and preparations video from a previous night. Bono can been seen singing on stage. Ranveer, in the comments, said that he cannot wait for the performance.
Ranveer even posted a video to his Instagram stories grooving to U2 tracks. He and Deepika wore fanny packs and looked cool and casual.
U2 is popular for hits like "With or without you", "I still haven't found what I'm looking for" and "Beautiful day".
Oscar-winning composer AR Rahman will be opening for U2 when the Irish rock band performs in Mumbai on December 15. Rahman's performance will also feature his two daughters.
Rahman will perform "Ahimsa", a collaborative single with the rock band, according to sources.
(With inputs from IANS)
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