Gurugram: Once again, the Cyber Hub, Gurugram transformed itself into a cultural hub with scintillating performances at Junoon.The highlight of the evening was the Tandav dance performed by six- year old danseuse Arin of Salwan Public School. Her reinvigorating moves left the audience spellbound. Arin is a child prodigy who is a resident of Gurgaon. Junoon is an initiative of DLF Foundation to promote art and culture.
Talking about the performance Arin's mother Ragini Shree, who is also a renowned astrologer said " I am glad that Arin got this chance to be part of this initiative"
Among other performances were by Songdew who entertained the audience thoroughly with Sufi genre of music and famous Hindi numbers.Songdew is India's largest and the fastest growing network of artists and listeners. With more than 25,000 artists and bands across genres- it is the destination for artists to connect with opportunities and listeners to discover and stream great music. Over the period of last two years, Songdew has also emerged as the leading platform for brands to connect with music for exciting marketing campaigns around their brand. Puroshattam Choudhary enthralled the audience with numbers like Cocaine/Superstition Mashup, All along the watchtower/Foxylady Mashup, Why Georgi and Goodlove are on the way.
Puroshattam Choudhary is the lead singer at Music Binds Hearts, an Indian music band. He has performed at VLCC fashion week and Angel & Phoenix entertainment for various shows in Jaipur, Udaipur, Mumbai and New Delhi. He has also been featured on ETV Rajasthan as ‘Emerging Voice of Desert’. He is trained in Western Classical music and has won several prizes at school and inter-state singing competitions. He has been earlier associated with bands such
as Assorted Smack, Segments and Hip Blues. Music Binds Hearts (MBH) is an Indian Acoustic Blues-Pop- Rock band formed in 2017.
It is heartening to note that it has received an overwhelming response. DLF Foundation will continue in its endeavour to build a socially inclusive society,” said Colonel Prakash Tewari, Executive Director, DLF Foundation.
Junoon, a socio-cultural project of DLF Foundation aims is to provide a platform to budding performers to showcase their talent. The event held everySaturday/Sunday at Amphitheatre, Cyber Hub, enables people of all age groups from across Delhi-NCR to showcase their talent in activities like music, dance, plays, theatre, laughter club activities, fashion show and the like. The project is scheduled to go on until March 2018.