An enthralling night in Adelaide with Amrinder Gill

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Amrinder Gill

The Punjabi actor-singer returned to the city for another flawless evening of beautiful melodies

Recognised by most as the stand-out artiste of the Punjabi singing industry, Amrinder Gill managed to capture and strike all the right chords in the hearts of hundreds of his fans. A screaming crowd of Indian Australians packed the Norwood Concert Hall for Gill’s performance as he sang his evergreen songs, and left those in attendance in a mesmerising state with his energising stage persona and folk lore.

The Amrinder Gill Concert organised by Gomambo, Radio Haanji and Rythm Boyz left hundreds wanting more in spite of Gill’s three-hour none-stop performance where his fans were transported to a world of romance and courtship.

With his supporting orchestra in full form, Gill—clad in a khakhi tailored kurta payjama—got his fans to sing along. Their devotion to his songs was evident as he left gaps so that they could complete his lines. Gill managed to keep things simple, but spectacular.

An absolute superstar in his fans eyes, Amrinder also proved that he was a king of romantic songs who knew how to win over his fans. At the end, Gill thanked the organisers—Maninderbir Singh, Dhammi Jattana, Avtar Raju and Aman Dhillon. Special acknowledgment was given to Mr Ranjodh Singh, Founder Radio Haanji; and the host for the evening, for bringing Amrinder Gill closer to his fans.

From music to acting, with songs that are soothing, good lyrics and overall just plain awesome, whether a Desi head, a Hip Hop or Grime fan, Gill wooed the crowd of all ages and stamped his irreplaceable presence in every Adelaidian’s hearts that attended this concert.

Gill’s Adelaide fans can now look forward to his upcoming movie Lahoriye—a film about refugees who came from Lahore to Indian Punjab, their lives, emotions, thoughts and problems—which will release on 12 May.

 

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